Sorry Drew, you asked what needs to be installed to make another dom0, not the 
bare minimum that is required. Every Qubes specific package provides a list of 
prerequisites and version conflicts. For instance,
Name:           qubes-core-dom0
Version:        %{version}
Release:        1%{dist}
Summary:        The Qubes core files (Dom0-side)

Group:          Qubes
Vendor:         Invisible Things Lab
License:        GPL
BuildRequires:  ImageMagick
BuildRequires:  systemd-units
# FIXME: Enable this and disable debug_package
#BuildArch: noarch
Requires(post): systemd-units
Requires(preun): systemd-units
Requires(postun): systemd-units
Requires:       python, pciutils, python-inotify, python-daemon
Requires:       qubes-core-dom0-linux >= 3.1.8
Requires:       qubes-core-dom0-doc
Requires:       qubes-db-dom0
Requires:       python-lxml
Requires:       python-psutil
# TODO: R: qubes-gui-dom0 >= 2.1.11
Conflicts:      qubes-gui-dom0 < 1.1.13
Requires:       libvirt-python
%if x%{?backend_vmm} == xxen
Requires:       xen-runtime
Requires:       xen-hvm
Requires:       libvirt-daemon-xen >= 1.2.20-6
Requires:       createrepo
Requires:       gnome-packagekit
Requires:       cronie
Requires:       bsdtar
# for qubes-hcl-report
Requires:       dmidecode
Requires:       PyQt4

Dom0 is created by installing qubes tools that pull in their dependencies and 
so on. Yum Extender in dom0 can give you all the prerequisites. Of course here 
we rely on developers being precise when defining them.

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