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NetBSD-current supports both AMD64 (as a Dom0 and DomU) and i386 PAE (DomU only)  This will be an overview of how to set that up (specifically on prgmr.com systems, but it should work with any provider that gives you pygrub or pvgrub or the like.)
 
NetBSD-current supports both AMD64 (as a Dom0 and DomU) and i386 PAE (DomU only)  This will be an overview of how to set that up (specifically on prgmr.com systems, but it should work with any provider that gives you pygrub or pvgrub or the like.)
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for the Dom0: http://www.netbsd.org/ports/xen/howto.html#netbsd-dom0
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install current
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(if disk is slow, look into softdep)
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untar pkgsrc
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install pkgsrc/sysutils/xentools33

Revision as of 23:15, 7 September 2008

so, NetBSD-stable doesn't support PAE or AMD64, and non-PAE Xen systems are hard to come by these days. (understandably... 4GB isn't much these days.) to run on most Xen systems, you need a i386-PAE kernel or a AMD64 (x86_64 in linux nomenclature. Same thing as the AMD64 arch in NetBSD)

NetBSD-current supports both AMD64 (as a Dom0 and DomU) and i386 PAE (DomU only) This will be an overview of how to set that up (specifically on prgmr.com systems, but it should work with any provider that gives you pygrub or pvgrub or the like.)


for the Dom0: http://www.netbsd.org/ports/xen/howto.html#netbsd-dom0

install current

(if disk is slow, look into softdep)


untar pkgsrc

install pkgsrc/sysutils/xentools33