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The University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory developed the first versions of Xen.
The Xen Project community develops and maintains Xen Project as free and open-source software, subject to the requirements of the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2.
Non-Jaunty versions of Ubuntu (Intrepid, Hardy, etc) or Jaunty users who want the latest updates will have to add the Wicd repository to the Ubuntu package manager.
To open the package manager in Gnome, go to Administration where "jaunty" is your version of Ubuntu in lowercase (dapper, edgy, feisty, gutsy, hardy, intrepid, jaunty).
The dom0 domain is typically a version of Linux or BSD.
User domains may either be traditional operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows under which privileged instructions are provided by hardware virtualization instructions (if the host processor supports x86 virtualization, e.g., Intel VT-x and AMD-V), or para-virtualized operating systems whereby the operating system is aware that it is running inside a virtual machine, and so makes hypercalls directly, rather than issuing privileged instructions.
Xen Project is currently available for the IA-32, x86-64 and ARM instruction sets.
In my installation the Data Protector agent was not correctly added to the xinetd configuration… if you do not find it create it with the following content: As suggested by fluffy on comment #1 now you have to check if the firewall (iptables) is actually active: if the firewall is switched on you have to permit the traffic from and to port 5555 to flow regularly.
I’m quite a newbye on the topic but I was unable to install the disk agent using the HP-UX install server so here you will find instructions for the “always working” manual installation.