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how to make virtualization using centos 5

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how to make virtualization using centos 5 so that I install 3 virtual machines and make them run together and comunicate with each other after after booting the master centos on the server

when I try Fedora Linux book on that issue

I get stuck on
[root@lp-40 ~]# xenguest-install
-bash: xenguest-install: command not found
[root@lp-40 ~]#
 so the virtual machine installation is halted
does any once can help with a detaild how-to  instructions please note I don't have dvd I have 6 cds of centos

best regards
hatem gamal
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I usually work with VMware Server because it suits my needs best. Just download and install it as explained on the VMware site. Once installed you connect to it's management console via a web-browser, that's one of the big advantages as that way you can connect to it using any other PC running most OS's with a webbrowser that supports the VMware plugin. Then install your VM's with networking in "Bridged" mode, that way the VM's will be able to communicate amongst each other. You can also set the machines to automatically startup with the console.
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Forgot the Link to VMware (the server version is free):

http://vmware.com
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thanks man
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