So you're using the F8 kernel in Ubuntu 7.04?
Or do you run F9 kernel in F8?
Regarding to the messages, there is no dom0 support at all in F9.
It will be added to rawhide/F10 and if it works fine they will add it to
> Then what would be the Dom0 kernel in Fedora 9?
There will *not* be any Dom0 kernel in Fedora 9 GA release. People who
need Dom0 should stay on Fedora 8. We will work on Dom0 for Fedora 10,
and if it is stable enough release it as an Fedora 9 update after GA.
On Tue, 13 May 2008 11:55:43 +0200, "Emre ERENOGLU" <erenoglu@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Daniel,
> you can give a try to F8's 2.6.21 based dom0 kernel on your F9. It's
> fine on my Ubuntu 7.04.
> Is there no dom0 support at all in F9?
> On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 11:46 AM, Daniel Spies
>> Hell, I was about to give Fedora 9 a try, and now it turns out it's not
>> working for the dom0. What does that mean exactly for F9? I cannot run
>> as dom0 at all/only restricted functionality? And anyone knows where to
>> find out if they already put the working kernel into F10/rawhide?
>> On Mon, 12 May 2008 16:09:09 -0400, "Todd Deshane" <deshantm@xxxxxxxxx>
>> >> You should take a look at Fedora's release notes on virtualisation :
>> >> * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Fedora8VirtQuickStart : Fedora
>> > 8
>> >> uses Xen 3.1
>> >> * tomorrow Fedora Core 9 will be released and includes Xen 3.2 : see
>> >> http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packageinfo?packageID=7
>> > Be careful here. Fedora 9 is not going to have a Dom0 kernel according
>> > There will be an updated domU kernel for Fedora 9 though.
>> > As for best out of box distro, I have been testing Ubuntu 8.04 with
>> > fixed
>> > Linux kernel packages from
>> > I have been quite impressed at how well things work "out of the box",
>> > can
>> > send a HOWTO with some
>> > potential tricky points if people are interested. I will post it
>> > somewhere once I have time
>> > to make it more polished and do some more testing.
>> > Cheers,
>> > Todd
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