I was trying to install VM software on my Ubuntu system. Since I'm not very familiar with linux I followed a guide on the official Ubuntu site. Now I am running Ubuntu in a Xen environment, but I don't want to use Xen to make my virtual machines.
I installed Virtualbox in order to create my VM's, but Virtualbox doesn't run in a Xen environment.
I have tried googling for a way to remove Xen from my system, but I am unable to do it. This is what I've tried so far:
set default="Xen 4.1-amd64"
user@BEL-8WF4XW1:~$ sudo find / -name menu.lst
sudo yum install kernel
sudo yum remove xen kernel-xen libvirt
You can just try
sudo apt-get remove xen-hypervisor-amd64
dpkg -i xen-hypervisor-amd64
to see which xen files have been installed in your machine