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[Xen-users] Mandriva and Xen

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Subject: [Xen-users] Mandriva and Xen
From: Waleed Khan <waleedkh@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2010 14:48:22 +0200
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Hi There,

I am having a problem with booting Mandriva MDS 5.1 as a Virtual machine. I am using full virtualization on Dell R310 hardware and Intel VT is enabled.

When I try and boot the VM it gets stuck on loading.....
I can't even pass any kernel options on booting.
Is there any way I can pass kernel options to Xen before booting up a VM?

I am running Centos as a host operating system but also tried Debian and Ubuntu and it has the same result.
I can boot the MDS 5.1 natively on the hardware without a problem so I suspect it is something specific to Xen and Mandriva on that hardware.

Any other advice would be highly appreciated.


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