Xen 3.2.3

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Dom0 and Xen RPMs - Fedora

These RPMs provide host (xen and dom0) and guest support, generally for 32bit (PAE-mode) SMP only.

The downloads on this page have been built from the Xen 3.2.0 official release. They have undergone limited testing, are not supported in any way whatsoever, and will be fixed on a best-effort basis only. Downloading or installing any package from this page constitutes an acknowledgement and acceptance of the warranty disclaimer and copyright information.
Downloads for the previous 3.2.0, 3.1.4, 3.1.0, 3.0.4, 3.0.3 and 3.0.2 releases are also available.

Binary packages of Xen and dom0 tools for Fedora 8, provided for distribution packagers and as a preview or interim version for end users.

Dom0 and Xen RPMs - Novell

These RPMs provide host (xen and dom0) and guest support, generally for 32bit (PAE-mode) SMP only.

The downloads on this page have been built from the Xen 3.2.0 official release. They have undergone limited testing, are not supported in any way whatsoever, and will be fixed on a best-effort basis only. Downloading or installing any package from this page constitutes an acknowledgement and acceptance of the warranty disclaimer and copyright information.
Downloads for the previous 3.2.0, 3.1.4, 3.1.0, 3.0.4, 3.0.3 and 3.0.2 releases are also available.

Binary packages of Xen and dom0 tools for OpenSUSE 10.3, provided for distribution packagers and as a preview or interim version for end users

Dom0 and Xen RPMs - RedHat

These are RPM source and binary packgages for Centos 5.1 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. They are based on the Centos 5.1 packages of Xen 3.1, which are in turn very close to the RHEL5 source. We have included a full 3.2 toolstack, rather than backporting the 3.0 toolstack to more modern hypervisors.

These packages have been lightly tested and appear to work. However, they are intended only as a base for distributions to work with and secondarly as a preview of an interim version for users.

After installation of the binary packages, some adjustment to the bootloader (grub) configuration will probably be necessary.