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From: Matt Herzog <msh@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2007 17:30:07 -0500
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Hello Xenners.

Do all Socket AM2, Socket S1, and Socket F motherboards support Xen fully?
I do -not- mean "support Linux or Windows or some random OS" under Xen. I'm 
just trying to make sure that when I buy an new system it is only the processor 
I need to worry about. 

>From what I have read, all motherboards that support chips with AMD-V or 
>AMD-VT will run Xen in "full" with virtualization. Pehaps this is a FAQ I 
>failed to find.

Please don't reply about your specific hardware. I doubt I will be able to find 
exactly what you bought.


--  Matt H
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