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Xen and X Windows VESA framebuffer

I can't run X Windows with the Xen kernel, there is no VESA framebuffer
support. There appears to be no Xen src files for Novells SLES release
available, to re-compile.

Can I fix this or do I have to install Opensuse10. I would prefer to
keep the SLES install and keep it standard.
I could plug in a different VGA card, I guess (yuk), though not even
sure which ones would work with Xen/X anyway

Thanks
Geoffrey Mills
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Re: Xen and X Windows VESA framebuffer

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