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Setting up Xen on Debian etch (64bit)

Today I decided to setup Xen (not the Half-Life world) on a clean Debian installation so I could have a few VPSes to play around with load balancing mySQL, FastCGI and Mongrel.
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Here you just need to setup a standard Debian system, I’m using the 64bit edition of Etch but the process is the same for most Debian releases. I won’t go into detail on how to setup Debian as there are plenty of how-tos out there, for me the normal setup was fine. During the installation I gave the machine judgement as the hostname and gnet.foo as the domain (you can use whatever) I also unchecked desktop from the selectable software menu as I didn’t need/or want a GUI.

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