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Re: [libvirt] vTPM support in libvirt

Hey Andreas,

$ apt-get source libvirt0
$ cd libvirt-*

Copy your patch to debian/patches/foo.patch (no, not literally foo) and
then run

$ sudo apt-get build-dep libvirt0 && debuild -uc -us

when it's done there will be a few .deb files in ../



On Wed, 2009-07-01 at 22:58 +0100, Andreas Sommer wrote:
> I'm still experimenting around with the vTPM patch, and I want to 
> install my version of libvirt on a Debian system - not in my $HOME 
> directory but on the default paths. I followed the autogen command below 
> and also did "make install", but now virsh for example searches for the 
> certificates in /usr/local/etc/pki instead of the standard path 
> /etc/pki. How do I need to configure the project to correct that and 
> install libvirt from source like it would be installed by a package manager?
> Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> > If you're just doing dev changes, it is best not to install it into
> > your main system. Instead just build and run directly from the source
> > tree. 
> >
> > eg, what I normally do is
> >
> >    ./autogen.sh --enable-compile-warnings=error --prefix=/usr --localstatedir=/var --sysconfdir=/etc 
> >    make
> >
> > And *not*  make install.
> >   
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