[Fedora-xen] xenguest-install.py nfs problems

Scott D Hankin scott.hankin at gmail.com
Thu Jun 22 18:43:59 UTC 2006

I've found that the key thing it's looking for is an FC5 install area.  Are
you trying to install a non-Fedora system?

On 6/20/06, Tom Spec <samag70-ignore at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> When I run xenguest-install.py on FC5, it always gives me the following
> error after "What is the install location?":
> Invalid NFS location given
> I have tried two different methods that work for me for regular
> installations,but I can't get this script to work.
> 1) Specify the location that contains the Fedora Core .iso files
> 2) Specify the location that contains the "Fedora" directory (and
> subsequently all the RPMs)
> Can someone tell me exactly what xenguest-install.py is looking for in an
> NFS install location?
> Note:  It does seem to be mounting the NFS directory, it's just that it
> tells me it's invalid.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> # rpm -qa | grep xen
> kernel-xen0-2.6.16-1.2122_FC5
> xen-3.0.2-0.FC5.3
> Tom
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