On 2/7/07, Luke S. Crawford <lsc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
my experience has been that CentOS/RedHat isn't happy without a
ramdisk. add a
Hmm. Mine are fine without it...
kernel = "/root/xendom/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.9-42.0.3.EL.xs0.4.3.268xenU"
you can try the RHEL4 kernels from XenSource if 32-bit is okay;
Yep. That's what I use...
J. Baron has put out 64-bit kernel RPMS for RHEL4 if you need 64-bit:
and the kernel RPMs here:
Good links to know, but not good for the jailtime image...
Note, read the howto; you need a different modprobe.conf and initrd than
you need for the xensource provided RHEL kernels.
My domU's have no modprobe.conf either...
[root@webdev network-scripts]# ls /etc/mod*
[root@webdev network-scripts]# cat ifcfg-eth0
I think redhat is planning on eventually supporting the rhel4 kernels in
DomU mode (Note, this is what I have heard; I'm not a redhat guy)
Me neither, but I play one in my office... :-)
"Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!"
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