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Work has been completed to automatically enable Xen Grub entries, so after you copy your dom0 kernel edit your /etc/boot.conf as follows:
{{File|/etc/boot.conf|<pre>
"Funtoo on Xen" {
type xen
params += quiet
}
</pre>}}
{{Fancynote| iommu is the paravirtualized instructions, if your motherboard or CPU does not support VT-d do, not enable it. Xsave saves the supported CPU instruction sets -- without it you're dom0 kernel may not boot. dom0_vcpus_pin permanatly assigns cpu's to dom0 -- increasing performance.}}
###i## nano netif.xenbr0
</console>
here we set the internal Xen bridgeby editing <tt>/etc/conf.d/netif.xenbr0</tt>:
{{File|/etc/conf.d/netif.xenbr0|<pre>
template="bridge"
ipaddr="10.0.1.200/24"
domain="funtoo.org"
slaves="netif.eth0"
</pre>}}
Then, we set up the external interface:
{{Fancynote| This will look quite similar. Please watch out for the correct slave setting!}}
{{File|Now, edit <tt>/etc/conf.d/netif.extbr0|</tt>:  <pre>
template="bridge"
ipaddr="10.0.1.201/24"
domain="funtoo.org"
slaves="netif.eth1"
</pre>}}
This gives us the possibility to play around with various setups later, it's modular and easy to tweak and change.
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