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Re: [libvirt] broken pipe?



On Thu, Dec 04, 2008 at 06:23:30PM -0500, Itamar Heim wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Daniel P. Berrange [mailto:berrange redhat com]
> ...
>  
> > Basically take a look at  libvirt.spec.in and make sure you
> > have all the 'BuildRequires" lines installed
> [IH] done that. Added the following list.
> xen-devel libxml2-devel gnutls-devel cyrus-sasl-devel cvs PolicyKit-devel
> avahi-devel libselinux-devel  numactl-devel readline-devel parted-devel
> hal-devel python-devel  xhtml1-dtds
> 
> I still fail on compile errors for both HEAD and 0.5.0 tag (details for
> both below):

This is now fixed. I accidentally broke this with my checkin last
night.

> domain_conf.o: In function `virDomainFindByName':
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:190: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjUnlock'
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:187: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjLock'
> domain_conf.o: In function `virDomainFindByID':
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:155: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjLock'
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:159: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjUnlock'
> domain_conf.o: In function `virDomainRemoveInactive':
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:489: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjUnlock'
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:508: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjUnlock'
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:492: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjLock'
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:494: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjUnlock'
> domain_conf.o: In function `virDomainAssignDef':
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:468: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjLock'
> domain_conf.o: In function `virDomainFindByUUID':
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:175: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjUnlock'
> /a/libvirt/proxy/../src/domain_conf.c:172: undefined reference to
> `virDomainObjLock'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> make[2]: *** [libvirt_proxy] Error 1

Daniel
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