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Re: using linux as domU. --- done!!!
I'm neither NetBSD developer nor tester, but an end-user and i am really
very happy to use NetBSD as my primary operating system on my notebook.
As an end-user, i was planning to launch a blog type web site to publish
an end-user's NetBSD experience and small tricks.
Xen, NetBSD and a linux distro... I've searched many resources and
couldn't find a good tutorial mentioning about to use an existing linux
distribution as Xen guest domain. NetBSD's offical one seems to be
complex even for average users.
I partitioned the hard disk using Ubuntu's Gparted software on Ubuntu
live cd, and then installed Grub while installing Ubuntu. Much easier.
And then, i have installed NetBSD too. After installing some of packages
and editing some of configuration files, result is perfectly working
'NetBSD as dom0 and Ubuntu as domU'.
Link to tutorial is
Please try at your own risk.
John Hayward, 11/18/08 15:42:
I'm interested in "How to..." ASAP - could you shoot me an e-mail of
a what you have?
On Mon, 17 Nov 2008, Cem Kayali wrote:
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2008 03:08:47 +0200
From: Cem Kayali <cemkayali%eticaret.com.tr@localhost>
Subject: Re: using linux as domU. --- done!!!
For future references;
You can pass console parameters using extra="" lines in configuration
Tonight, i have successfully booted ubuntu as domU... What important
is, i have installed ubuntu linux onto primary partition using
standard way, its own installation cd. In other words, it is possible
to use an already installed linux distribution as domU on
I will later mention about "How to..." in details.
Well, now time to enable X window system...
Manuel Bouyer, 11/16/08 23:54:
On Sun, Nov 16, 2008 at 11:48:04PM +0200, Cem Kayali wrote:
Thanks for your help!
Almost done! Ubuntu booted as domU domain...
No error message, all services initialized. It seems the *only
remaining problem* is that, i couldn't specify a console for domU.
It boots, and i just do not see "login:". If i run "xm shutdown
linux", it properly shutdowns.
Do you know how to pass console variable to domU kernel?
I've not had this problem. Console worked out of the box for me.
But I see I have this line in /etc/ttytab:
co:2345:respawn:/sbin/agetty xvc0 9600 vt100-nav
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