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So. I understand this isn’t properly a xen question, although it is something that I am encountering

rather /because/ of setting up xen.


I’ve successfully compiled a domU kernel and laid it over a rhel4u4 os installed into an image file.


One of the things that happens during boot is that redhat doesn’t find the right subdirectory for

the domU kernel version in its /lib/modules directory.


Traversing over into /lib/modules on the dom0, I find a likely looking directory that matches my

domU’s kernel, and I get it ftp’d over to the dom0.


This didn’t work exactly as expected. Was it supposed to?





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