I’ve never been able to put a xen kernel into working.
If you select the xen pattern, kernel openStudio complains that you have more than one kernel and that Xen host mode has to be enabled.
When I do that a appliance will not start. The Kernel can not be found when starting.
Checking: the xen-kernel is selected.
So - how does this work?
Is there a config file that needs to be edited or added to the appliance.
Some info how to build a Xen Host would be very appreciated.
On 05/20/2010 08:56 PM, Zebulon888 wrote:
> Some info how to build a Xen Host would be very appreciated.
Have you tried using the “Enable Xen host mode” option under the
Configuration -> Appliance -> Additional options section?
Yes I did.
It doesn’t matter. I have to remove the default kernel as well. But then, when testing the build it can’t find the xen kernel. >:(
On 05/24/2010 01:26 AM, Zebulon888 wrote:
> Yes I did.
> It doesn’t matter. I have to remove the default kernel as well. But
> then, when testing the build it can’t find the xen kernel. >:(
Hrm yes unfortunately it does appear to be broken.