This guide has been tested on standard etch installation but will probably work on other versions and debian-like operating systems.
The system is easy to break if not done right, compile and install the kernel at your own risk!
Done The following extra packages will be installed: initramfs-tools libc6-i686 linux-base Suggested packages: bash-completion linux-doc-3.2 debian-kernel-handbook grub-pc extlinux lilo Recommended packages: Continue Reading…
Debian has released a stable version of Debian 6.0 (Squeeze).
I have no source for an Xen Server aware Debian Lenny ISO which would lead me into an PV enabled Lenny installation.
Mid of July 2008 Full freeze Please don't wait with uploads for the last day before the freeze, thanks. It's already pretty stable at this point, of course, but it will soon be official. I'll get to choose between hardy, whatever is after hardy, and lenny.
If you’re running previous version of Debian, you can easily upgrade. Update all packages currently installed to the latest lenny versions apt-get upgrade 2.
Replace all occurrences of etch with Squeeze in the apt sources file (pico /etc/apt/sources.list).
Even more Wonderfull if this leads me into an 64 Bit Debian Lenny Guest.
Regards Thomas Wieckhorst Roehrs AG Germany This one seems to be a template just like the RHEL ones...
Here’s an example of what the file could look like after the change: deb squeeze main deb-src squeeze main deb squeeze/updates main deb-src squeeze/updates main deb squeeze-updates main deb-src squeeze-updates main 3.