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 […]
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.