My attempts to get Xen working right on Debian stable (Lenny) were not really successful. Xen has had some interesting developments and the version in Lenny is just too old. Plus, the debian bootstrap scripts used to create images don't support Ubuntu Maverick... Squeeze (testing) has the newest Xen and deboostrap, so that's cool. I used the AMD64 architecture.
By halfgaar, 6 years ago, on November 07, 2010, at 20:11 |
For some reason, after upgrading to the Samba version from Lenny-backports I needed to support Windows 7 profiles, the workstations suffered from severe problems. The entire profile seemed to be read-only, even though they weren't on disk. I couldn't change any setting and reverting profile configuration from backups didn't help. In the end, the only thing that fixed it was recreating the user profile, both server and client side. This was an upgrade from 3.2.5 to 3.4.7.
By halfgaar, 7 years ago, on March 29, 2010, at 13:03 |