Fedora-xen -- About using Xen with Fedora


About Fedora-xen
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The fedora-xen mailing-list is dedicated to the development and use of the Xen (para)virtualization technology in the Fedora distribution.

For an overview of the Xen Support in Fedora see Xen tool page on the Fedora Wiki.

It is also a good idea to check the Fedora Xen Quickstart page on the Fedora Wiki to get started using Xen with Fedora Core.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Fedora-xen Archives.

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