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[Xen-users] how to build custom xen kernel

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  • From: Bojana Petrovic <bojanap@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 15 Aug 2009 11:05:37 +0200
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Hi everybody, I really need a help with this problem.

I’m running CentOS with its kernel. I have to install MPLS protocol, and I have its source based on 2.6.20-1 and kernels. I tried to unpack the both of sources separately, configured them to support XEN and MPLS options (of course those kernels have different configurations for Xen) and to compile them, but none of them didn’t give me xen kernels??? I know that 2.6.20 kernel has much more similar structure with my current 2.6.18, and that’s why I do not understand they do not match?

What am I supposed to do I in order to get xen-kernel and not normal kernel? My aim is to get kernel-xen*.rpms, in order to install them easily on domU.


Please, I will appreciate any help!

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