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[Xen-devel] Resizing the Xen dom0 window in VMware Player.

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  • From: "Koester, Kenneth" <kkoester@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2015 18:03:42 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: Resizing the Xen dom0 window in VMware Player.

Zen Project Q&A suggest I try the Mailing List venue.

Brief background: Conducting a research project for employer,

to replace ESX Hypervisor (with RHEL 5.5, & Windows 7 VM’s),

on 32-bit blades, in an ATCA cabinet.  End product (for the Army)

is widely deployed.  Goal is a less expensive solution, than

upgrading all the deployed units to 64 bit blades.  To that end,

I started w/ a VMware Player sandbox on my desktop.  Loaded in

Centos 5.11, and then Xen 3.4, to create a dom0.  If I boot Centos,

the creature comfort of resizing the gui window works as expected.

If I boot Xen, the resizing DOESN’t work.  Any help solving this will

be greatly appreciated.



Ken Koester


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