I succesfully installed 13.1 with hypervisor xen with the following restrictions on my Asus g74s i7 2630Qm:
UEFI boot didn’t work to boot xen hypervisor, re-installed with standard Bios boot, and then worked fine.
bridge virbr0 sucessfully created and with virtual machine manager I could create Full virtualized machine Sles11 or W7, but when creating paravirtualized VM, got the message Kernel not found
: "could not find a kernel path for virt type ‘xen’ " in module OSDistro.py line 511
tried to specified the kernel and initrd path in details for config, but didn’t help neither
Any help is welcome ! Or forward for distro 13.1 correction ?
I succeeded in booting directly xen.efi (you find it in /usr/lib64/xen, contained in xen package) without grub. Some other notes in the Internet (I dont remember the URL) are saying similar.
I suppose it is a bug or missing Feature of grub/xen.
great news about booting EFI ! I will implement soon.
did you get to the point you could successfully create a Paravirtualized VM ( SLES, Fedora or Ubuntu ) using
virt Manager in Yast or via xl ?
As I mentionned, only Hvm works fine, the PVM returns Error.