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Fedora Core 7 (FC7) Xen/KVM Guide
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Footnotes

  • 1 This is required because the system actually boots the Xen hypervisor and it then starts the Linux kernel. It does this using the Multi Boot standard.

  • 2 Note that future kernel-xen packages can be set to the default kernel by editing /etc/sysconfig/kernel

Fedora Core 7 (FC7) Xen/KVM Guide
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