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This category contains HowTo documents. HowTo documents are detailed "how to" documents on specific subjects. Good HowTo documents include
- An overview that helps potential readers to determine quickly if a particular How-To matches their interests or needs.
- Describe your intended audience:
- State the purpose of your HowTo: this will explain how the reader will benefit by reading it.
- Preconditions: inform your reader about any required knowledge, configuration, or resources they may need before stepping through your How-To.
- Step-by-step instractions: in a precise, step-by-step approach, walk your reader through the process. Make sure your reader can reproduce your intended result by following your exact steps. Make the learning process efficient by supplying sample code snippets or configuration details as necessary.
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Pages in category "HowTo"
The following 90 pages are in this category, out of 90 total.
- Access a LVM-based DomU disk outside of the domU
- Archive/Creating an iSCSI target on XCP 1.1
- Archive/Fedora 17 Virtual Machine installation on XCP
- Archive/FreeBSD 64-bit HVM on XCP
- Archive/Install XCP from a USB Thumbdrive
- Archive/Installing the Xen Cloud Platform (XCP) Command Line Interface (CLI) (XE)
- Archive/Repacking the XCP ISO
- Archive/Using XenCenter to manage XCP
- Archive/XCP and VLANs
- Archive/XCP as virtual machine
- Archive/XCP DirectDiskAccess
- Archive/XCP HowTo, Index of
- Archive/XCP NUT
- Archived/XAPI Adding Field
- Archived/XAPI Adding Function
- Assign Hardware to DomU with PCIBack as module
- How to add a CD to a running VM on XCP
- How to add a disk to a VM on XCP
- How to build NetBSD DomU on Linux
- How to create custom XCP templates
- How to Install a FreeBSD domU on a Linux Host
- How to install a NetBSD domU on a Linux host (Debian 3.1, Xen 2.0.7, NetBSD 2.1)
- How to install a NetBSD PV domU on a Debian Squeeze host (Xen 4.0.1)
- How to install a openSuSE domU on a Debian dom0
- How to install non-Debian guests on Debian Dom0, Xen 4.4
- How To Install XEN Dom0 on CentOS 6 from source
- Howto access VHD VDIs from the Control Domain
- XAPI toolstack on a Debian-based distribution
- XCP Building Instructions
- Xen Cloud Platform: Access to VM console
- Xen Command Line and Boot Options
- Xen in WiFi networks
- Xen Networking
- Xen Project Best Practices
- Xen Serial Console
- Xen USB Passthrough
- Xen VGA Passthrough to Windows 8 with Xen 4.2-unstable
- Xen VGA Passthrough with NVIDIA and Intel IGD Display Adapters
- Xen via libvirt for OpenStack juno
- Xen VMs performance collection
- Xen Windows GplPv
- Xen Windows GplPv/Building
- Xen Windows GplPv/Installing