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Re: [fedora-virt] [ANNOUNCE] New release virt-manager 0.7.0

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Jan ONDREJ (SAL) wrote:
> Hello,
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 08:43:43AM -0400, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
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>> Cole Robinson wrote:
>>>   - Redesigned 'New Virtual Machine' wizard
>>>         (Jeremy Perry, Tim Allen, Cole Robinson)
>>>   - Option to remove storage when deleting a virtual machine.
>>>   - File browser for libvirt storage pools and volumes, for use when
>>>       attaching storage to a new or existing guest.
>>>   - Physical device assignment (PCI, USB) for existing virtual machines.
>>>   - Bug fixes and minor improvements.
> Also new is ability to scale display only when fullscreen. Very good option
> and I am happy, that it's default. :)
>> I just attempted to build an RPM for Fedora 10 using the tarball linked
>> above. It failed at two separate points. First, it could not build the
>> manpages, because no Makefile existed in man/en. Once I copied the
>> Makefile from the repository, it also failed missing the
>> python-virtinst.spec file.
> Why you do not recompile fc11 rpm? It's here:
> 	http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=93615

Just so we're clear, I was able to build and install it successfully
once I checked out the code from mercurial. My issue here is that a
tarball is being provided that does not build. (It also fails to run
'python setup.py build' successfully because of the Makefile issue).

> Enogh to download it and run:
>   rpm --rebuild virt-manager-0.7.0-1.fc11.src.rpm
> Or if you want, fc10 packages are on my buildsys until I build something
> else:
> 	http://builder.salstar.sk/fedora-10-i386/result/
> Cole: can you at least start an build for fc10 in koji? May be it will be
> usefull for other people.
> 			SAL

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