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Re: [Fedora-xen] problem with virtual interface in DomU



2008/9/15 lamont cranston <l cranston gmail com>
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> 1) verify that the virtualization extensions are turned on in the BIOS (in my case, a HP prolient server, the selection was actually named "virtualization")
It is not an HVM "build" so, i tought virtualization extensions are
useless  ? And i don't have intel-VT on my system.

> 2) when you get to the end of your install of the guest OS, you should have the option to "share" the network device
   I did not use any wizard to create the vm (i made a copy of an
actual system to an image file, and create the "xm" config file)

> 3) easiest way to verify the guest IP is to ask the guest - you can reason it out from the host ifconfig, but just asking the guest is a lot simplier and just "feels" right :)
I'm not so good in English, what do you mean ? :-D

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Guillaume


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