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[xen-users] The free Xen ready to go system

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Subject: [xen-users] The free Xen ready to go system
From: "Ted Hilts - Thunderbird Acct." <thilts33@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 18:53:22 -0600
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Sometime back I downloaded the free Xen package as I could not afford the commercial packages. I tried to install this package on an XP machine with the idea of having a dual boot. But I backed off doing this because it seemed to be going all or nothing. I seem to recall that this package requires exclusive use of the computer and that is my question. Does the free ready to go Xen package require exclusive use of the computer upon which it resides???

Thanks, Ted Hilts

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