xen-3.2 3.2.0-0ubuntu10 source package in Ubuntu


xen-3.2 (3.2.0-0ubuntu10) hardy; urgency=low

  * debian/xen-utils-3.2.xendomains.init
    - fix cut in the init script. (LP: #208300)
  * debian/xen-utils-3.2.install (LP: #201765)
    - fixed missing /etc/xen/qemu-ifup
  * debian/patches/xen-ubuntu-fixes.diff
    - Added fixes from xen-3.1
  * debian/xen-utils-3.2.xend.init
    - Disable loading of modules since they are builtin into the kernel.

 -- Chuck Short <email address hidden>   Thu, 03 Apr 2008 15:28:08 -0400

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libxen3: library interface for Xen, a Virtual Machine Monitor

 library interface for Xen, a Virtual Machine Monitor. This package
 provides the libraries for interfacing with the Xen hypervisor.

libxen3-dev: headers for Xen, a Virtual Machine Monitor

 This package provides headers for interfacing with the Xen hypervisor and
 related libraries.

python-xen-3.2: python bindings for Xen, a Virtual Machine Monitor

 python bindings for Xen, a Virtual Machine Monitor. This package
 provides the python bindings for xen, used for tools such as libvirt.

xen-docs-3.2: documentation for XEN, a Virtual Machine Monitor

 This package contains all the large documentation files for XEN. This
 includes a description interface(both the api, and a nice explanation of
 how XEN works). It also contains the VBD and Xeno howtos.

xen-hypervisor-3.2: The Xen Hypervisor for i386 and amd64.

 The hypervisor is the "core" for XEN itself. It gets booted by the boot loader
 and controls cpu and memory, sharing them between your administrative domain
 (Domain 0) and the virtual guest systems.
 In order to boot a XEN system along with this package you also need a kernel
 specifically crafted to work as the Domain 0, mediating hardware access for
 XEN itself. An example config file for this kernel and documentation on how
 to build it can be found in the xen-docs package.
 This version of the hypervisor is built with support for systems with up to
 4GB of memory. If you have more please install the -pae version instead.

xen-utils-3.2: XEN administrative tools

 The userspace tools to manage a system virtualized through the XEN virtual
 machine monitor.