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Xen-based virtualisation with opensuse 11.2

I recently upgraded my laptop’s opensuse 11.1 installation to 11.2, mainly because it has updated xen to version 3.4 which makes it one of the most modern distributions with xen support available. I did some research first about which linux distribution would best suit my needs. When I came across a post which said that Fedora 12 had no (official) kernel support for use as dom0 the decision was made. I know I could have used a debian clone (ubuntu 9.10 seemed quite attractive), but for personal reasons I preferred a RPM based system. I was very pleasently surprised that the Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics chipset finally found hardware acceleration, making it so much more enjoyable to browse the web.

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