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[Xen-users] Trouble with XCP .5 ISO booting

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Subject: [Xen-users] Trouble with XCP .5 ISO booting
From: Aaron Stranberg <Aaron.Stranberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2010 15:39:06 -0400
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Hi folks - I have the XCP Xen Cloud  iso version .5 and am trying to us this as a boot cd an AMD opteron 8354 based server.  The boot CD seems to be stuck at "ISOLINUX 3.53 0x4c2b0b05 Copyright etc.."  I have compared the md5 sum of the downloaded ISO to the one on the site and they match, I have also tried 3 different CD's.  Unfortunately I do not have another server to try.  The screen remains on that ISOLINUX message, with a flashing prompt, and the CD continuously runs.  I have let it run for upto 1 hour just in case it was "thinking".  On this same server I have run through a debian and centos installation to verify the dvdrom/cdrom and other components are ok.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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