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Re: [et-mgmt-tools] fix for suse install on virtinst 0.3

Corey Henderson wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm running a CentOS 5.2 xen dom0 with opensuse 10.3 paravirutalized
> guests. I've been using my own installation script in the past, but have
> decided to give virt-install a whirl with autoyast.
> It got to the point where it downloads the ls-lR.gz file and looks for the
> kernel RPM, and fails.
> Looking at the code, I was a little puzzled as to why it's trying to
> extract a kernel rpm and built an initrd when one already exists in the
> opensuse 10.3 install tree.... so I wrote a quick patch that basically
> just removed the wacky code and added the paths:
> +        kernelpath = "boot/i386/vmlinuz-xenpae"
> +        initrdpath = "boot/i386/initrd-xenpae"
> (this is obviously just for i386, might want to do something a little more
> elaborate to detect if arch is x86_64)
> This patch is against the CentOS 5.2 distribution package:
> python-virtinst-0.300.2-8.el5 and it works for me beautifully now.
> Feedback is welcome.
> Thanks!

Hi Corey,

Thanks for the patch, though current virtinst release 0.400.0 should
have this fixed, I updated the suse kernel fetching to work with their
latest tree structure a couple months ago.

Check out https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=449129 , this
is being tracked for RHEL 5.3, and there is a patch in that bug that
should fix your problems. If it doesn't, please follow up in the bug


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