denis.cardon at tranquil-it-systems
Apr 4, 2012, 7:17 AM
Post #5 of 5
Re: Unable to view squeeze graphical console
[In reply to]
> thank you for replying Denis.
you are welcome :-)
> I have installed Debian Squeeze using the template given by XCP and then
> using network repository mirror.
so that is a pv install.
> Actually I had initially installed Debian Lenny using the same
> procedure. I was also able to get the graphical console for it using
> steps given in documentation (editing gdm.config, etc). But when I
> wanted to create a VM of Lenny again I found that its removed from the
> repository. So I tried to follow the same steps for Squeeze. But I was
> unable to get graphical console.
if you still have the lenny vm around and urging for a graphical frame
buffer, you can export/import it on your new server.
The citrix template list is quite restrictive, but I guess it is the
template list with commercial support from citrix. You can install many
other non listed os without much hassle actually.
For the squeeze PV vm, you can convert it to HVM so you have a graphical
frame buffer. I think the following line should do it (you may also have
to set your hard drive to "bootable") :
xe vm-param-set HVM-boot-policy="BIOS order" uuid=<vm uuid>
xe vm-param-set PV-args="" uuid=<vm uuid>
xe vm-param-set PV-bootloader-args="" uuid=<vm uuid>
> Also one more weird thing that I observed is I couldn't find menu.lst in
> my Squeeze. Is this normal (as I am doing this first time I really don't
> know much) ?? I did not get any error during installation.
> Thank you.
> This body part will be downloaded on demand.
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