I've done an install (but not yet booted) and have noted the
I don't get an initrd and it looks like almost everything is compiled
in. Any chance of doing an almost-identical-to-debian build for dom0? My
mkinitrd complains that there is no LVM, and when I look at the .config,
LVM is compiled into the kernel.
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> From: xen-devel-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:xen-devel-
> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of ed despard
> Sent: Thursday, 25 August 2005 17:37
> To: xen-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Cc: xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [Xen-devel] debs for 2.0.7 and unstable
> For part of my Google Summer of Code work I've put togeather
> xen of 2.0.7 and of unstable. The unstable debs are built off of
> yesterdays hg tree, but I try to update them fairly regularly when new
> developments occur. Currently I only have compiled debs for debian,
> but the source debs will work on ubuntu also, and I plan on posting
> compiled files for ubuntu tomorrow.
> The apt repository is available at
> available distributions are xen-stable, and xen-unstable. To install
> fully working xen system, you only need to install the xen package
> which depends on all the other needed debs.
> Please note that these are different from previous available
> share many of the same naming schemes etc. Therefore if you are
> upgrading from a system that used debs from another source, it is
> recommended that you remove all old packages, and use the --purge
> option to apt-get in order to clear out any debconf templates.
> Differences in these packages from those previously available
> primarily apparent in the distribution of kernels. These packages do
> not distribute a kernel patch (yet) but instead distribute pre-build
> kernel packages that include debconf scripts to configure the needed
> grub entries. More information on this system can be found in the man
> pages for update-grub-xen that are included, and the file
> The init scripts are not run by default, but are just installed
> /etc/init.d In order to use xm etc, you must start xend manually, or
> use the update-rc.d script.
> If there is interest, these packages could be easy build for
> as long as someone was willing to do the testing, as i do not have a
> system available.
> Edward Despard
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