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Re: [Xen-users] Install Debian Guest on SLES10

To: marcus <marcus@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Install Debian Guest on SLES10
From: Igor Chubin <igor@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 18:41:28 +0200
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On Do, Dez 06, 2007 at 09:47:12 +0100, marcus wrote:
> Igor Chubin schrieb:
>> On Mi, Dez 05, 2007 at 04:39:16 +0100, marcus wrote:
>>> Hi mailing list,
>>> i have some problems to run a debian 4 on a sles 10 SP1 dom0.
>>> xen-tools-ioemu-3.0.4_13138-0.57
>>> xen-3.0.4_13138-0.57
>>> xen-tools-3.0.4_13138-0.57
>>> kernel-xen-
>>> My configuration of the debian domu looks like this:
>> May be domains work, but you cannot see its output to console.
>> Try to add
>> xencons=tty
>> to the extra parameters of your domain config file.
> Hi again :),
> i tried to configure vnc in my debian domain, and now I can see all of the 
> output. It seems to be that the tty console cant connect to the domain. But 
> the parameter xencons=tty does not bring any improvments

You must specify it not as a parameter of a domain file,
but as a parameter of kernel (parameter "extra")

For example:

before the modification your "extra" was:


and after the modification:

extra="root=/dev/hda1 xencons=tty"

If it will not help, 
please show you boot log again.

> Marcus
> -- 
> Marcus Herz
> --------------------------------------------------------
> IT-Infrastructure
> --------------------------------------------------------
> Max-Planck-Institute for the physics of complex systems

WBR, i.m.chubin

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