Originally Posted by LXer
Published at LXer:
Virtualization is an old idea--running multiple distinct operating systems atop a powerful box has a lot of advantages. Xen is a new virtualization platform. Despite its youth, its Linux support is very good. Kris Buytaert explains the basics of virtualization and shows how to configure and install Xen and to create new virtual machines.
Greetings Linux Gurus from
Very new to linux and I need to install a guest OS on my FC5/XP for training lab.
I am trying to follow LXer instaruction on using xen
here are my questions:
1- Don't I have to run mk2fs on the logical volumes to create the ex3 filesystem?
2- Does the path in
MAKEDEV -d /path/dev -x console
means the mounted filesystem's /dev ?
3- Anything that I have to change?, I am using Fedora Core 5