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Xen 3.0 Virtualization User Guide
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10.1 Top-level Configuration Options

Top-level configuration is achieved by editing one of two files: and Makefile.

The former allows the overall build target architecture to be specified. You will typically not need to modify this unless you are cross-compiling or if you wish to build a PAE-enabled Xen system. Additional configuration options are documented in the file.

The top-level Makefile is chiefly used to customize the set of kernels built. Look for the line:

KERNELS ?= linux-2.6-xen0 linux-2.6-xenU

Allowable options here are any kernels which have a corresponding build configuration file in the buildconfigs/ directory.

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