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Re: [Fedora-xen] What's the Pre-requisites for virt-manager



On Mon, Nov 06, 2006 at 10:51:21AM +0800, Henry Zhang wrote:
> Thanks, Dan.
> 
> so for "pygtk2 >= 1.99.12-6", it means 1.99.12 - 1.6?
> And I can say if we want virt-manager to run, pygtk2 1.99.12 can be OK, 
> right?

These version numbers refer to the RPM versions - so 1.99.12-6 refers
to pygtk2 1.99.12, with RPM release number 6. So for non-RPM builds
just look at the first component - 1.99.12

> BTW, I found these 2 requirements are different, for example, I can't 
> find Matplotlib in download.html. So could you mind giving me a total 
> list, including Pre-requisites and its earlist version, on what we need 
> to build and run virt-manager?

Again, the 'download.html' page is the most accurate - it does
not list matplotlib since we no longer have that as a requirement,
the faq.html page is outdated in this respect. The version numbers
documented are the earliest that I have personally tested & verified
against. It may well run fine against even earlier versions - I just
haven't had opportunity to verify - if you find it does work against
earlier versions of particular software let me know & i'll update
the docs.

> Daniel P. Berrange ??????:
> >On Mon, Nov 06, 2006 at 01:22:58AM +0800, Henry Zhang wrote:
> >>
> >>I am a little confused on the Pre-requisites for virt-manager, because I
> >>am finding two:
> >>
> >>1. at http://virt-manager.et.redhat.com/faq.html, under "What other
> >>libraries are needed prior to installing "Virtual Machine Manager"?"
> >>
> >>2. and find another one under "Pre-requisites" at
> >>http://virt-manager.et.redhat.com/download.html
> >>
> >>I am thinking 2 is a general one for all version of virt-manager, and 1
> >>is exactly indicating the requirement before running latest virt-manger.
> >>is it correct?
> >>    
> >
> >The list on the download.html page is more up2date / accurate - I'll fix
> >the list under the faq.html to match this.

Regards,
Dan.
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