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Old 02-05-2008, 10:43 PM   #1
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I installed the sled10 sp1 on Hp compaq nc6400, it is Intel core 2 Duo T 5500 and it is a virtaulalize hardware then I installed the Xen and Hypervisor then I wanted to install the windows xp as host guest on xen i had to have static ip inorder to install the windows xp, is this another way to install the windows xp as host guest on the xen without static ip address?

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WinXP would be either the host or the guest. It can't be both. Are you saying it's the guest ?

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As guest, when i install the xen on sled10 then I installed the windows xp as guest, thanks.



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