thanks a lot for your answer!
>Sorry if I missed part of this, have you seen:
probably not, I've seen this side but didn't payed much attention to it!
Maybe it's a stupid question, but do I have to build XEN if I want to
use it with VMX and VNC on the Intel Xeon/VT?
># xm create -f /etc/xen/xmexample.vmx
I think there is a small error in the documentation, I didn't found it
Simply follow the usual method of creating the guest, using the -f
parameter and providing the filename of your VMX configuration file:
# xend start
# xm create /etc/xen/vmxguest.vmx
With the parameter '-f' nothing changes with the freedos-images, but the
warp-server-image seems to do s.th., at least I have CPU(sec) and some
times CPU(%) but I can't say if it's booting, trapping or even running.
I installed a PCnet-adapter with fixed ip, VNC-server, telnetd and ftpd
in the image, so if the OS starts it actually should be connectable!
And winxp also starts, at least it comes to the startmenu where it ask
what should be started (protected, normal, ...) and a
>Have you installed the libvncserver?
No, it's even not in my rpm-list on the SuSE-medias, so I have to
compile and install it by my self?
>For sdl, have you installed the sdl-devel as well as the sdl package?
No, it wasn't, I installed it but without any new results!
Chau y hasta luego,
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