Gerhard Magnus wrote:
I've noticed that my /etc/grub.conf file contains kernel pairs
identical except that one ends in "fc6" and the other in "fc6xen".
does the "xen" indicate? What's the difference between the two types
and is there any way of telling which type works best on a machine?
Thanks for the help! --Jerry
The Xen kernel is for virtualization. If you want to run guest OS
versions on your computer, the xen version is the choice to use.
I use the regular kernel version for two reasons. The xen kernel caused
my computer to go into reboot cycles before it did anything. The other
reason is I do not run virtual machines.
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