Alternate title: Chris is smart.
So, upon opening my e-mail this evening (I'm still a little shell-shocked from dayjob pager last week, so I'm getting a late start of it.) I see a support question from a customer who complained of the above error. I see nothing obvious; Chris looks at it and immediately notices that xenconsoled is not running. as root:
first, I added:
Then, I installed the linux-image-xen-686 package, and finally I added the following to /boot/grub/menu.lst:
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.18-6-xen-686 root=LABEL=PRGMRDISK1 ro
ah. so, ubuntu images are up, including ubuntu kernels; I took the jailtime image, added
a /boot/grub/menu.lst, added xennet and xenblk to /etc/modules, and installed the xen-server kernel (the xen-generic kernel is non-pae, as far as I can tell)
Next I'm going to see if I can get debian images to use debian kernels by fixing /etc/modules (or modprobe.conf or whatever debian calls it)
I created a 128mb xen image w/ centos5.1;
yum install httpd
AddHandler cgi-script .cgi
and added ExecCGI to the
Options line within the
bit of httpd.conf; made /var/www/html writable to apache, unziped the mt open source tarball in to /var/www/html/mt
yum install mysql
mysql > grant all on movabletype.* to 'mt'@'localhost' identified by '****'
then I went to http://wiki.xen.prgmr.com/mt and followed the instructions. Easy peasy.