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Installing Xen 3.0 upon Debian Sarge

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Xen 3.0 is the latest release of the popular virtualisation platform. It allows you to install "virtual servers" upon your base operating system, allowing you to create and run several instances of GNU/Linux upon one host. Here we'll take a simple overview at using Xen to install virtual servers.

Getting started with Xen can be a little confusing, partly because there are several unfamiliar terms used in the documentation, and partly because of the complexity of actually installing it.

To help ease this introduction this is what we're going to do:

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