Yes it works but with lower performance level.
The image i've linked to the list have both kernel (a basic kernel like for 
real HW
and a Xen PV kernel). By switching some token in the Xen config file 
you can switch from one to the other.

There is a third mode which i havent personnnaly tested (HVM) that will
normally be between the two in term of performance level.


Le 18 mars 2010 à 21:47, Martin Cracauer a écrit :

> I never got this so I rather ask:
> Xen should run OS kernels unmodified (compared to their native
> hardware versions) if you have hardware virtualization support in the
> CPU.
> Why doesn't this cover FreeBSD?
> I am missing something here.
> Martin
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