"I write this post from my cube-spinning phenom of a laptop, my
Lenovo T61p. Owing to its newness, there were a few hiccups
configuring SLED 10 SP1. One that caused no small annoyance was
getting X working when running the Xen kernel. I tried all kinds of
sax2 command line permutations to get even a basic VESA frame
buffer configuration working... all to no avail :(. Thanks to a few
wikis at opensuse.org and some great pointers from some fellow
geeks, I'm able to use the Nvida driver with the Xen kernel... wait
for it, with XGL enabled!
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