"Death of a firewall" and Xen

Tracy R Reed treed at ultraviolet.org
Sat Jul 9 12:58:45 PDT 2005


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David M. Cook wrote:
> I just ran xen under Linux and installed XP, just like you would with wmware.

We must be talking about different xen's. The xen to which I am
referring is Free software and is loaded as an OS hypervisor which is as
part of the boot process. Grub loads xen which then loads your kernel as
a domain 0 instance of Linux. You can then use commands to talk to xend
to create and manage new OS instances. Is this what you are using?

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Tracy R Reed
http://ultraviolet.org
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