Virtualization allows running several OSes in the same time on the same hardware server. Xen is a (free) virtualization technology that allows modified OS (Xen-aware) to run as virtual machines. Each virtual machines (AKA domU) has it’s own ressources and don’t overlap with others. With a CPU that provides hardware virtualization (VMX), one can also run “native” OS like Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD or OpenSolaris.
Here’s how I installed and configured my Xen environment.
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Those are quick notes on how to run the CommuniGate Systems (Community Edition) on a NetBSD/xen domU.
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Firefox has a bunch of plugins to download streamed video (like YouTube) but Safari does not.
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I had to change my IP addressing (because the Airport Extreme didn’t support 10.15.5.12/24). During the DNS modification, I couldn’t reach some of the machines. Obvisously, the Mac was keeping the old IP address in cache.
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After a few month of VMware ESXi testings, the whole LAN is back to NetBSD/xen!
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