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Re: [Xen-users] Convert CentOS system to Xen image?

> Great!
> Now
> you should edit kernel command line
> and specify new root fs path.
> What bootloader to you use?
> Presuming you use GRUB:
> 1. press e in the GRUB bootprompt
> 2. Choose kernel line
> 3. Press e again
> 4. Change root=/dev/ida/c0d0p1 arg to root=/dev/hda1
> 5. add parameter init=/bin/sh
> 6. press b to boot
> 7. when you will get shell prompt do
> mount -t proc proc /proc
> mount -o rw,remount /
> mount -a 
> vi /etc/fstab
> and here change /dev/ida/c0d0pXXXX to /dev/hdaXXXX
> also you can use sed instead of vi:
> sed -i s@/dev/ida/c0d0p@/dev/hda@ /etc/fstab
> 8. umount -a
> 9. continue booting process
> exec /sbin/init

Problem is I don't even get to grub. After I create the new machine in
xen, select the image file for the hard disk, set the other settings, it
gives me a popup that no kernels can be found. Did I miss some steps?


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