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[[JánONDREJ|Ján ONDREJ]]
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referenced<ref>http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-virt/2009-May/msg00064.html</ref>
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FWN<ref>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue175#libguestfs_on_non-Fedora_Platforms</ref> when asking if
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[[RichardJones|Richard Jones]]
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would consider including {{package|qemu}}-0.10 into {{package|libguestfs}} package to satisfy dependencies for Fedora 10.
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Richard "had a go at backporting the changes to <code>qemu</code> that we ship in
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F-10. <code>qemu</code> in F-10 is based on <code>qemu</code> 0.9, and doesn't include the
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vmchannel patch." But "ended up with a qemu which compiled, but kept
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segfaulting, and it was tricky to diagnose exactly why."
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"Is it really a problem to use the <code>libguestfs</code><ref>http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/search?match=glob&type=package&terms=libguestfs</ref> and/or <code>qemu</code><ref>http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/search?match=glob&type=package&terms=qemu</ref> packages from
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Fedora 11 builds?  You can grab the latest builds out of Koji."
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"This worked OK for me, although I have now moved to using Fedora
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11-Preview, and have mostly abandoned Fedora 10."
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Daniel B and Mark Mc concurred, Fedora 11 is the place to get
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<code>libguestfs</code> .
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No libguestfs on Fedora 10

Ján ONDREJ referenced[1] FWN[2] when asking if Richard Jones would consider including Package-x-generic-16.pngqemu-0.10 into Package-x-generic-16.pnglibguestfs package to satisfy dependencies for Fedora 10.

Richard "had a go at backporting the changes to qemu that we ship in F-10. qemu in F-10 is based on qemu 0.9, and doesn't include the vmchannel patch." But "ended up with a qemu which compiled, but kept segfaulting, and it was tricky to diagnose exactly why."

"Is it really a problem to use the libguestfs[3] and/or qemu[4] packages from Fedora 11 builds? You can grab the latest builds out of Koji." "This worked OK for me, although I have now moved to using Fedora 11-Preview, and have mostly abandoned Fedora 10."

Daniel B and Mark Mc concurred, Fedora 11 is the place to get libguestfs .

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Xen 3.4.0 Released

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"This release contains a number of important new features and updates including:

  • Device passthrough improvements, with particular emphasis on support for client devices (further support is available as part of the XCI project[2])
  • RAS[3] features: cpu and memory offlining
  • Power management - improved frequency/voltage controls and deep-sleep support. Scheduler and timers optimised for peak power savings.
  • Support for the Viridian (Hyper-V) enlightenment interface
  • Many other x86 and ia64 enhancements and fixes

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