[et-mgmt-tools] Unable to open connection

Hugh Brock hbrock at redhat.com
Wed Jun 27 17:32:38 UTC 2007

Rob van Oostveen wrote:
> Perry,
>> Are you booted into a Xen kernel?  (run uname -a and see if xen is in the 
> kernel name)
> Yes. Build from source. When I commit a 'xm list' it displays the domain-0.
>> Is xend running?
> Yes.

Hi Rob. What version of libvirt are you using? Did you build it from 
source or install an RPM? virt-manager requires libvirt to talk to xen, 
and if you don't build libvirt with xen-devel installed on your machine 
as well, it will not build in xen support (which means virt-manager 
won't talk to the xen hypervisor even if it is present and running).

Let me know,

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Hugh Brock           | virt-manager http://virt-manager.org
hbrock at redhat.com    | virtualization library http://libvirt.org

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