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Re: using linux as domU. --- done!!!
Of course, also i would appreciate if you place a www link to original
content at the end of tutorial too... Maybe i'll update it if i notice a
mistake, or something missed.
David Brownlee, 11/19/08 21:47:
On Wed, 19 Nov 2008, Cem Kayali wrote:
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
Excellent stuff... would there be any chance I could persuade
you to put up a copy at wiki.netbsd.se? :)
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