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Old 12-06-2008, 02:28 PM   #1
divyashree
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adding local dir as nfs or http for paravirtualized guest


hello ,I wanna paravirtualize win xp as guest os on my rhel5 with xen.I put the source on the dir /xp which is http and nfs enabled.I've just a small doubt how to mention my own nfs or http dir as source.like http://localhost.localdomain/xp or anything which'll be accessed by xen.
 
  


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