On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:30 PM, 0bo0 <0.bugs.only.0@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> i'd thought that,
> 'textmode=1 xencons=xvc0'
> switches the default to textmode ... or at least that's the way it
> workd for my opensuse guests.
Nope. You'd need "console=xvc0" to force the kernel to use xen console
as the default output.
> atm, though, eth0 is supposed to be 'live', but it -- and all the
> other interfaces -- are currently reporting
> +--------+ Network Error +---------+
> | |
> | There was an error configuring |
> | your network interface. |
- removing all network setup lines from your "extra" settings. You can
easily set it up later.
- verify that the network is correct. You used
vif = [ 'mac=00:16:3E:01:06:00, bridge=brA, vifname=vif.A' ]
I wouldn't use a dot (.) in interface name, since it's usually used
vor vlans. Just use something like "vifA-eth0".
Also make sure the bridge you chose is working. In Centos, it's much
easier to start with the builtin virbr0, which is NAT network with
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