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Re: [Libguestfs] how do i use a blob appliance the compiling from source



On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 12:24:52PM +0200, Piavlo wrote:
> 
>  Hi Richard,
> > You can compile the rest of libguestfs, but first copy the 'kernel'
> > file into 'appliance/vmlinuz.fedora-12.x86_64.img' and the 'initrd'
> > file into 'appliance/initramfs.fedora-12.x86_64.img', before doing the
> > rest of the build.
> >
> >   
> The configure will still require for febootstrap or debootstrap, and

You'll have to modify the configure.ac file so that it doesn't look
for febootstrap.  This is a simple change.  Or we could do this:

> It would be nice if there would be a configure option to tell the build
> process to use a specified appliance.

.. if you want to supply a patch.

>  How/where do i find the specific requirements of libguestfs appliance
> so that I could try to build a gentoo appliance meeting these requirements?

Look at appliance/packagelist[.in]

Rich.

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