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Re: [Libguestfs] libguestfs binaries missing when built from source code



On Tue, Aug 01, 2017 at 12:55:21PM +0000, emlyn jose wipro com wrote:
> Hello Richard,
>
> I have been following that link to build libguestfs that includes
> virt-resize binary. But it is found that the libguetfs is split into
> another libguestfs-tools-c which actually provides this virt-resize
> binary.

In the Fedora packaging we put virt-resize into libguestfs-tools-c,
but in the upstream sources the binary is built in the resize/
subdirectory.

http://libguestfs.org/guestfs-hacking.1.html#source-code-subdirectories

> I would like to know at which part of the spec the virt-binary is
> created. I mean, what actually provides this binary?

Running ‘make’ builds all the binaries.

If you mean the binary is not being created during ‘make’, then it's
likely you have some missing build dependencies, most probably the
OCaml compiler.

Rich.

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