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Does Leopard support installation on XEN yet?

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I understand that the Xen hypervisor works fine on a new Mac (Intel based) and both Linux and Windows can run as guests. That's great as I need to do experimenting in XEN virtualization. However, I'd really like to run OSX too. Is this supported yet? Anyone know of plans to make it happen? If so, then I'll buy a Mac to do my experimenting with Xen on.
 
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I was at a Mac OS X Server seminar last week and asked this specific question.  They said that All of the virtualization vendors were working on it, but none had a stable release yet.  I doubt you'll get any better info than that for a while.  
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Thank for the info.
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