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Re: [Xen-devel] No VMX-guests on Intel Xeon/VT

To: "Thorolf Godawa" <nospam@xxxxxxxxx>, <xen-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] No VMX-guests on Intel Xeon/VT
From: "Charles Coffing" <ccoffing@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 01 Feb 2006 14:14:23 -0700
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>>> On Wed, Feb 1, 2006 at  1:51 PM, in message
<43E11F43.2000905@xxxxxxxxx>,
Thorolf Godawa <nospam@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
>  ># xm create - f /etc/xen/xmexample.vmx
> I think there is a small error in the documentation, I didn't found
it 
> before:
> ------
> 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
> ------

I believe the "-f" is optional.  If it's not specified, xm assumes that
your last argument is a config file.

>  >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?

No.  It's in SUSE, but it's called LibVNCServer.  (I don't know why it
has FunkyCaps.)

If you're using the Xen from the SLES 10 betas, VNC and SDL support are
already compiled in.

One trick you may want to try (especially if using SDL):  Boot your
machine, start X, and then (from within X) restart xend
("/etc/init.d/xend restart").  Then try to start the VMX guest.

Hope that helps,
-Chuck


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