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[Xen-users] How to change the bash into the hvc0

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Subject: [Xen-users] How to change the bash into the hvc0
From: Xavier Delcour <xavier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 12:22:25 +0100
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I'm from Spain and I'm performing some test using this platform for our 
company. I hope I could help too in this community. For the moment I'm learning 
and I've already configure it with more than one ethernet card, etc...

Our physical server is using Debian Lenny and we are using the oficial Xen 
packages from Debian. So we are using xen 3.2.1. 

In this last month I'm testing on one server with this platform and 3 virtual 
domains and is working fine. 

The only thing I don't find how to change is the bash name, every virtual 
domain has this name "-bash-3.2#"

I'm trying to see how I could change it but I don't find the solution. I'm sure 
the problem has to be very easier but I really don't find it.

Thanks for your time.


Xavier Delcour

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