Daniel P. Berrange
berrange at redhat.com
Mon Apr 6 09:25:06 UTC 2009
On Sat, Apr 04, 2009 at 02:52:49PM +0200, Brecht Sanders wrote:
> Is there any way to compile libvirt with xen some support without
> depending on libxenstore?
> The reason I ask is that libxen can be built on Windows, but libxenstore
> seems to depend on the linux kernel, so I doubt it can be built for Windows.
Why do you want to build the Xen driver on Windows ? Windows isn't a
Xen host, so it seems rather pointless. For a Windows client all you
need to build is the 'remote' driver. Our recommended configure options
for a Windows build are:
This gives you a libvirt.so containing the remote client that can talk
to libvirtd on any UNIX host.
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