[xen-tools] Re: Using Xen-Tools to install a Debian domU on a Centos5 dom0
dave at lab6.com
Mon Jun 25 19:57:35 CEST 2007
On 25/06/07, Steve Kemp <steve at steve.org.uk> wrote:
> > Should udev be installed by default?
> I don't know. I think that for the "modern" distributions then
> probably, but sometimes it causes problems. I don't really want
> to force it upon people, but I'll suggest it as a potential solution
> for some problems.
Okay, I guess something in the FAQ about how to install xen-tools on
Centos5 for Debian domU would be good that covers this. I can draft
this if you'd like, although I've posted everything that I did.
I have another Centos5 machine that hasn't got anything xen-tools
related installed on it yet, so if you have another way of doing
things for me to test, I can try that out.
The alternative would be to change /usr/lib/xen-tools/etch.d is from a
symlink to /usr/lib/xen-tools/debian.d into its own set of files, and
have 55-create-dev apt-get udev. I'm not aware of the problems
associated with udev, though.
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