Thats it!
Thanks a million man.


On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 1:42 AM, M A Young <> wrote:

> On Wed, 25 May 2011, Lefu Ntho wrote:
>  and correctly so, Michael, that --oldpackage did the trick, thanx a lot, I
>> have bravely removed previously installed xen and kernel, I then
>> reinstalled
>> xen and kernel- via yum, rebooted the machine remotely, I
>> executed
>> uname -r and is returned :)
>> but
>> vm info
>> Error: Unable to connect to xend: No such file or directory. Is xend
>> running?
> Did you edit grub.conf to allow the kernel to boot via the hypervisor? That
> kernel doesn't do it for you. You want something along the lines of
> Title something
>        root (hd?,?)
>        kernel /xen.gz or /boot/xen.gz
>        module /vmlinuz-something kernel_boot_args
>        module /initramfs-something
> adjusted to match your boot environment as given by the other grub entries.
>        Michael Young
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