于 2011年09月27日 01:13, Kaushal Shriyan 写道:|
I don't use CentOS, so don't known it, though I guess it's
the intention or mistake of the packager.
you can compile from the source code youself.
# rpm -qi libvirt
You will see the version you use currently, and get the same
source tarball from http://libvirt.org/sources/ to compile.
Of course, you can download newer source to compile, but
it may also need newer dependency packages. So compiling
from the same version is the easiest way. :-)
If you really don't want to compile yourself, just file a bug
to CentOS, guess the packger will help you do it.
Hi Osier Can you please point me to the rpm version which has hal and udev flags enabled by default for CentOS 5.6 ? Regards Kaushal On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 10:22 AM, Osier Yang <jyang redhat com> wrote:于 2011年09月22日 12:46, Osier Yang 写道: 于 2011年09月22日 12:41, Kaushal Shriyan 写道: On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 9:41 AM, Osier Yang <jyang redhat com> wrote: 于 2011年09月22日 09:11, Kaushal Shriyan 写道: does not support host device enumeration Seems your libvirt is compiled without --with-hal and --with-udev Regards Osier Hi Osier Thanks for the reply. Please let me know how do i enable this feature since its a binary package installed on CentOS 5.6 x86_64 architecture. You need to re-compile from the source if that's true. http://libvirt.org/compiling.html To make sure get your wanted, specifying --with-hal/--with-udev explicitly with "yes" will help. Regards, Osier -- libvir-list mailing list libvir-list redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/libvir-list