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I consulted the NetBSD/Xen Howto for installing Xen and NetBSD dom0. It
was not straight forward. First I couldn't figure out where to get
NetBSD-XENU kernel (maybe because I'm a NetBSD newbie).
Biggest problem was the example /grub/menu.lst. The root=/dev/hda1
parametes are useless, root= does not work with NetBSD and /dev/hda1
makes no sense for NetBSD either. But it suggests that you can use a
root filesystem on another disk than wd0, which is not possible with
grub and NetBSD (without compiling a customized kernel).
(hd0,a) gets understood by grub as a bsd partition, but i would use
(hd0,0,a) for the example.
I have a working NetBSD/Xen and can run Linux Domains. I hope someone
can help me with my last problem: network configuration. The NetBSD/Xen
host should have the IP 192.168.1.2 and the Linux guest 192.168.1.3. Is
this possible? Tried it, but I get no ping. Do I have to setup bridge0
first? (no idee how this works with NetBSD). I thought the vif-bridge
script configures a bridge interface automatically.
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