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I built and installed Xen 3.2 onto a Fedora system running x86_64 Fedora 6.
pygrub built and installed, but when I created a config that used pygrub as the
bootloader, pygrub failed with an error 'can't find fsimage'.
I looked at the pygrub code, and found the line:
sys.path = [ '/usr/lib/python' ] + sys.path
I changed this to:
sys.path = [ '/usr/lib64/python' ] + sys.path
and everything worked normally.
Not sure if it's an implementation issue on my end (quite possible) or if there
is a way to detect where the fsimage stuff lands on a 64-bit system.
relatively easy fix, so minimal pain, but I thought it may help to bring it up.
while installing some applications (or updating the windows operating
a bluescreen will be displayed.
error occures on Microsoft Windows 2003 Server Standard AND Enterprise. It
occures, when installed directly on the physical server..
Screenshot of bluescreen:
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