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Old 08-11-2006, 03:27 PM   #1
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installing a guest FC5 on FC5 xen using NFS


I have a FC5 system with the xen kernel installed. I'm using /usr/sbin/xenguest-install.py to try to do an NFS install of a guest FC5. I get to were the install is trying to configure eth0 to connect to the lan to get to the NFS share, but it keeps failing. I have tried DHCP and static, neither work. This system does have 3 NICs in it. I tried the install with only a single NIC installed, but that fails also. Has anyone else seen this and know a way around this?
 
  


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