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Xen 3.0 Virtualization User Guide
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A.3.1 Using physical disks

If you are using a physical disk or physical disk partition, you need to install a Linux OS on the disk first. Then the boot loader should be installed in the correct place. For example dev/sda for booting from the whole disk, or /dev/sda1 for booting from partition 1.

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