Hyper-V Integration Components in SuSE 10

Make sure you install the Xen kernels in the installation process. Else install them separately, packages are kernel-xen or kernel-xen-pae.
Copy the whole of the LinuxIC.iso to /opt/linux_ic
cd /opt/linux_ic
perl setup.pl x2v /boot/grub/menu.lst
Reboot the VM.
perl setup.pl drivers

Once you’ve done that, “ifconfig” should list the “seth0” ethernet interface; “cat /proc/scsi/scsi” should list the hard disk device. Create a partition with fdisk and mkfs.ext3 /dev/sda1 to build a new partition.

There is also a HAL patch for the device manager in X, but you don’t need that.

If on an x86_64 system, you need to build a new kernel. Do all of this instead of the x2v line above.
Install the kernel_source package.
cd /usr/src/linux
cp /opt/linux_ic/patch/x2v-x64-sles.patch .
patch -l p1 < x2v-x64-sles.patch
cp /boot/config-....-xen .patch
make oldconfig
make vmlinuz
cp vmlinux /boot/vmliuz-...-xen
cd /opt/linux_ic
perl setup.pl x2v /boot/grub/menu.lst
Reboot the VM
perl setup.pl drivers