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I am not a very Linux oriented guy, I just have never needed it but now I do.
My job wants me to start setting up a Xen Hypervisor server to start dishing out vitual machines, and I have no clue how to do it =p but it will be fun to figure out I am sure. I am going through the set up intructions and I need to have Grub Multiboot loader. I have used grub before but I have never had to install it I found this
I think you've just read some overly complicated docs somewhere, you don't need to care about anything here at all. Just pick your distro that you wish to run Xen on, e.g. redhat, CentOS etc... and install it with Xen as an optional extra. Tiny details like your bootloader will be automatically taken care of.
Looking over I am geussing that it wants a version of linux that has those features, not stand alone systems,
I was thinking I set up grub and run Iproute2 and the Bride utilities seperate, but that would make no sence since there is no OS haha... So I install Linux First then I geuss