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 <td align="left"><a href="../../about/disclaimer.html#bsd-daemon"></a></td>  
 <td align="left"><h1>Table Of Contents</h1>  
 <ul>  
 <li>Introduction</li>  
 <li>Installing NetBSD as privileged domain (Dom0)</li>  
 <li>Creating an unprivileged NetBSD domain (DomU)</li>  
 <li>Creating an unprivileged Linux domain (DomU)</li>  
 <li>Creating an unprivileged Solaris domain (DomU)</li>  
 <li>Using PCI devices in guest domains</li>  
 <li>Links and further information</li>  
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 Introduction  Introduction
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 [![[Xen  [![[Xen
 screenshot]](http://www.netbsd.org/gallery/in-Action/hubertf-xens.png)](http://www.netbsd.org/gallery/in-Action/hubertf-xens.png)  screenshot]](http://www.netbsd.org/gallery/in-Action/hubertf-xens.png)](../../gallery/in-Action/hubertf-xen.png)
   
 Xen is a virtual machine monitor for x86 hardware (requires i686-class  Xen is a virtual machine monitor for x86 hardware (requires i686-class
 CPUs), which supports running multiple guest operating systems on a  CPUs), which supports running multiple guest operating systems on a
 single machine. Guest OSes (also called "domains") require a modified  single machine. Guest OSes (also called “domains”) require a modified
 kernel which supports Xen hypercalls in replacement to access to the  kernel which supports Xen hypercalls in replacement to access to the
 physical hardware. At boot, the Xen kernel (also known as the Xen  physical hardware. At boot, the Xen kernel (also known as the Xen
 hypervisor) is loaded (via the bootloader) along with the guest kernel  hypervisor) is loaded (via the bootloader) along with the guest kernel
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     #!/bin/sh      #!/bin/sh
     #============================================================================      #============================================================================
     # $NetBSD: howto.mdwn,v 1.5 2013/11/01 12:27:37 mspo Exp $      # $NetBSD: howto.mdwn,v 1.10 2014/12/23 23:08:37 gdt Exp $
     #      #
     # /usr/pkg/etc/xen/vif-bridge      # /usr/pkg/etc/xen/vif-bridge
     #      #
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 Links and further information  Links and further information
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 -   The HowTo on  -   The [HowTo on Installing into RAID-1](http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/port-xen/2006/03/01/0010.html)
     Installing into RAID-1      explains how to set up booting a dom0 with Xen using grub 
     gives some hints on using Xen (grub) with NetBSD's RAIDframe      with NetBSD's RAIDframe.  (This is obsolete with the use of
 -   Harold Gutch wrote documentation on      NetBSD's native boot.)
     setting up a Linux DomU with a NetBSD Dom0  
 -   An example of how to use NetBSD's native bootloader to load  -   An example of how to use NetBSD's native bootloader to load
     NetBSD/Xen instead of Grub can be found in the i386/amd64 MAN.BOOT.8      NetBSD/Xen instead of Grub can be found in the i386/amd64 boot(8)
     and MAN.BOOT.CFG.5 manpages.      and boot.cfg(5) manpages.
   

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