Archive for April, 2011
You can do this many different ways:
- Install Xen through Yum
- Download prebuilt Xen RPMs & install them
- Download the Xen source and compile & install Xen
You can use any method you like to get Fedora on your intended Xen host. All of the setup can be done post-install, though some stuff (like partitioning) is easier if you do it at install time. I get Fedora 14 on my host using the LXDE Live CD spin. The install process is mostly the same irregardless of what method you use.
Thought it was just my Dell xps m1330 screwing up (again). But a Thinkpad T42 had the same problem.
Turns out the appropriate kernel module wasn’t being loaded for some reason. But a `modprobe iwlagn` later, and it seems to work.