The Fedora Linux distribution offers full Xen support just out of the box! This is true since Fedora 16, which is the first version of the distribution shipping a with full Xen dom0 since Fedora 8. This is a result of dom0 support being merged into the mainline Linux kernel. As such, it now is very easy to get a fully functional Xen-enabled host with Fedora.
See here for a more detailed explanation of the story, and about what it is needed to run any version of Fedora as a host or as a guest.
Xen Related Resources in Fedora
External Resources, Links and Blog Posts
- Dario's: Xen on Fedora 19
- MAJOR.IO: Installing the xen hypervisor on Fedora 19
- MAJOR.IO: Installing the xen hypervisor on Fedora 20
- Using Fedora 20 as Dom 0
- Dario's: Using Xen Tools on Fedora
Pages in category "Fedora"
The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.