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



Hi Daniel,

Here I have another question on virt-manager, as you write "an embedded VNC client viewer provides console access to each of the guest domains", my concern is where is the vnc server, who provide it, and start it? Need we setup vnc? I looked through the process used to create guest, seems there is no any step for vnc...

Thanks,
Henry

Daniel P. Berrange 写道:
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the faq.html page is outdated in this respect.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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