Diff for /wikisrc/ports/xen/howto.mdwn between versions 1.59 and 1.61

version 1.59, 2014/12/27 15:46:47 version 1.61, 2014/12/28 23:26:19
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 This section describes general concepts about domUs.  It does not  This section describes general concepts about domUs.  It does not
 address specific domU operating systems or how to install them.  The  address specific domU operating systems or how to install them.  The
 config files for domUs are typically in /usr/pkg/etc/xen, and are  config files for domUs are typically in /usr/pkg/etc/xen, and are
 typically named so that the file anme, domU name and the domU's host  typically named so that the file name, domU name and the domU's host
 name match.  name match.
   
 The domU is provided with cpu and memory by Xen, configured by the  The domU is provided with cpu and memory by Xen, configured by the
Line 891  calls.  It is booted from the dom0 as th Line 891  calls.  It is booted from the dom0 as th
 their own operating system and kernel.  See then [prgmr.com NetBSD  their own operating system and kernel.  See then [prgmr.com NetBSD
 HOWTO](http://wiki.prgmr.com/mediawiki/index.php/NetBSD_as_a_DomU).  HOWTO](http://wiki.prgmr.com/mediawiki/index.php/NetBSD_as_a_DomU).
   
 Typically one has an ext2 or FAT partition for the kernel, so that  Because [grub's FFS code](http://xenbits.xensource.com/hg/xen-unstable.hg/file/bca284f67702/tools/libfsimage/ufs/fsys_ufs.c)
   appears not to support all aspects of modern FFS,
   typically one has an ext2 or FAT partition for the kernel, so that
 grub can understand it, which leads to /netbsd not being the actual  grub can understand it, which leads to /netbsd not being the actual
 kernel.  One must remember to update the special boot partiion.  kernel.  One must remember to update the special boot partiion.
   

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