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[Xen-users] xen and different ARCH

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Subject: [Xen-users] xen and different ARCH
From: Jason <fearthepenguin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2006 17:40:49 -0500
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hey gang, just an odd question. I do a lot of cross compiling of software, all for x86, and got to thinking. It would be a LOT easier to setup a VM that thinks it's an i(3|4|5|)86 instead of building separate tool chains. Does anyone know if I can make a xen machine think it is something other then what the host is, within x86 that is.

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