[CentOS-docs] Wiki Link

Tue Apr 8 10:50:41 UTC 2008
Akemi Yagi <amyagi at gmail.com>

On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 1:53 AM, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de> wrote:
> John wrote:
>  > Mention of The Xen-Kernel:
>  >
>  > Just a thought here. I never used the proprietary nvidia driver with the
>  > xen kernel on any install of it I've done. But I beg to know why would
>  > you even want to run that when you running Xen? If your running Xen then
>  > your not after video acceleration correct? You after I/O and Memory
>  > Bandwidth.
>  I'd like to have xen on my Desktop machine, which has 4GB of RAM. The nv
>  driver doesn't really work with the card in my machine when using 2
>  monitors.
>  But: Don't even bother to test, the nvidia driver does not work with a
>  xen kernel. There have been patches floating around, which lead to a
>  very unstable system.

OK, don't bother with anything.  To avoid any complication, let's
change the example to -PAE.

If the user is running a non-standard kernel (such as kernel-PAE), then
the -devel package must be installed manually (kernel-PAE-devel, for