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Re: [Xen-users] Strengthening The Xen On-Ramp

The wiki was useful for me for certain things, the mailing list was my best resource, though some things in my experience are quite dated. Also the various interfaces and mechanisms have changed so significantly during the time from xenlinux->pv_ops, xm->xl, that it can really be tough. I know a few people I spoke highly of Xen and tried to set it up found it extremely frustrating figuring out what information was actually accurate and all the little quirks that vary from version to version and distro to distro

just my 2 cents

On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 10:39 PM, Russ Pavlicek <russell.pavlicek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am trying to identify what learning materials we need to make Xen
more approachable by new users.

If you or someone in your organization tried to learn Xen in the past
year or so, how did you do it?

What pages did you use?
 Anything else?

What material couldn't you find that you wished you could find?
What material would have been more useful if it was more complete or
more current?


Russ Pavlicek
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