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I am running Scientific Linux 6 (same thing as CentOS 6 or RHEL 6) and it did not install the xen kernel by default, probably because RHEL and clones are ...
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    I am running Scientific Linux 6 (same thing as CentOS 6 or RHEL 6) and it did not install the xen kernel by default, probably because RHEL and clones are supporting kvm (natively) in preference over xen for virtual machines management. I am still using VirtualBox because it is somewhat more mature, but I will eventually be testing kvm for some virtual machines.
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    thank you very much for the answer.

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