Fedora Core 6 Update: python-virtinst-0.200.0-2.fc6

Daniel Berrange berrange at redhat.com
Thu Aug 2 03:04:51 UTC 2007

Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 6
Name        : python-virtinst
Version     : 0.200.0
Release     : 2.fc6
Summary     : Python modules for starting Xen guest installations
Description :
virtinst is a module to help in starting installations of Fedora/Red
Hat Enterprise Linux related distributions inside of virtual machines.  It
supports both paravirt guests (for which only FC and RHEL guests are
currently supported) as well as fully virtualized guests.  It uses
libvirt (http://www.libvirt.org) for starting things.

Also contained is a simple script virt-install which uses
virtinst in a command line mode.

Update Information:

This release introduces the virt-clone tool which provides
the ability to clone an existing inactive guest. The disk
images will be copied, new MAC address, UUID and name will
be given to the guest. Documentation is improved with the
addition of manual pages for both virt-install and
virt-clone. Validation of input parameters has been further
enhanced, and re-factored to allow sharing with
virt-manager. The virt-install tool can be used to boot live
CD images, with or without underlying storage. Also fixes an
incorrect choice on default architecture on 32-bit platforms
* Thu Jul 26 2007 Daniel P. Berrange <berrange at redhat.com> - 0.200.0-2.fc6
- Fixed default architecture
* Wed Jul 18 2007 Daniel P. Berrange <berrange at redhat.com> - 0.200.0-1.fc6
- Updated to 0.200.0
- Added virt-clone tool
- Added manual pages

This update can be downloaded from:

e040dcf59dd33ba64fad28bda78a4e9b35704fab  SRPMS/python-virtinst-0.200.0-2.fc6.src.rpm
e040dcf59dd33ba64fad28bda78a4e9b35704fab  noarch/python-virtinst-0.200.0-2.fc6.src.rpm
b1dd6e61cb6bad201e0194f8b57811a16622a7e7  x86_64/python-virtinst-0.200.0-2.fc6.noarch.rpm
b1dd6e61cb6bad201e0194f8b57811a16622a7e7  i386/python-virtinst-0.200.0-2.fc6.noarch.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/yum/.

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