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I tried to install Xen over the debian 7.5.0 amd 64 netinst.
I am still on the phase of installing the non free firmware.
I am unable to log to internet. I posted several questions to debian forums but it was in vain.
I would to ask you if it is possible to install Xen on ubuntu 12.04.4 server ?
Accepted AnswerRussell PavlicekOffline0Hey chess,
This sounds like a straight Ubuntu server installation problem, as the presence of the xen kits should have no effect at this stage (if I recall the stages of an Ubuntu server install correctly).
You aren't using WiFi for the network are you? That could cause issues during a network install if they haven't tested it with the proper wireless driver.
I see some cases like this:
Where the installer says it needs non-free firmware for the network driver and then cannot use the network card. If you happen to have something similar, that's a straight Ubuntu installation problem. You'd either have to load the firmware from somewhere, or get a network card which doesn't need proprietary firmware.
Accepted AnswerchessOffline0Hi Russell
I tried a 3G Internet connection key and the problem was resolved thanks god.
Now I am at the phase of configuring the bridge.
I have not understood what is meant by iface eth0 inet manual
Does this mean that I should configure the eth0 as follows :
iface inet statice
Or I have to retype simply the line as it is i.e. iface eth0 inet manual?
Accepted AnswerRussell PavlicekOffline0Hi chess,
I am not sure which document you are using, but "manual" can be part of the syntax.
See, for example, this Wiki page:
under the section, "Example Debian-style bridge configuration". the syntax for the eth0 configuration uses the literal option "manual."
Note as well this page:
in the section "Bringing up an interface without an IP address," there is another example of using the "manual" option.