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[Xen-devel] kernel module in Xen?

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I just installed Xen 2.0.1 and playing with it on my Ubuntu. It works
great, but why there is no modules in domain0 when I run "lsmod"?
Meanwhile, the "normal" kernel shows me a lot of modules?

I guess that is because xen0 compiled everything I need into the
kernel (Am I very lucky?). For example, xen0 already includes "Tulip"
NIC driver (which my machine is using), so my machine works instantly
after booting into Xen!!

(on my machine, domain0 is using 2.6.9-xen0 kernel)

Anybody can please explain these problem to me?
Thank you a lot,

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