vm-install

Tool to Define a Virtual Machine and Install Its Operating System

vm-install can define a Xen virtual machine, and cause an operating system to begin installing within that virtual machine. vm-install can be used in a variety of ways: * It can be used interactively or non-interactively. * It can automatically pick reasonable VM defaults for a given type of operating system. * It can perform completely non-interactive installs, driven via XML files and/or command line parameters. * The supporting Python modules can be 'import'-ed into other Python programs, to create VMs programmatically.

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