[libvirt] "Connection does not support host device enumeration"
jyang at redhat.com
Tue Sep 27 00:32:10 UTC 2011
于 2011年09月27日 01:13, Kaushal Shriyan 写道:
I don't use CentOS, so don't known it, though I guess it's
the intention or mistake of the packager.
you can compile from the source code youself.
# rpm -qi libvirt
You will see the version you use currently, and get the same
source tarball fromhttp://libvirt.org/sources/ to compile.
Of course, you can download newer source to compile, but
it may also need newer dependency packages. So compiling
from the same version is the easiest way. :-)
If you really don't want to compile yourself, just file a bug
to CentOS, guess the packger will help you do it.
> Hi Osier
> Can you please point me to the rpm version which has hal and udev
> flags enabled by default for CentOS 5.6 ?
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 10:22 AM, Osier Yang <jyang at redhat.com> wrote:
>> 于 2011年09月22日 12:46, Osier Yang 写道:
>> 于 2011年09月22日 12:41, Kaushal Shriyan 写道:
>> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 9:41 AM, Osier Yang <jyang at redhat.com> wrote:
>> 于 2011年09月22日 09:11, Kaushal Shriyan 写道:
>> does not support host device enumeration
>> Seems your libvirt is compiled without --with-hal and
>> Hi Osier
>> Thanks for the reply. Please let me know how do i enable this feature
>> since its a binary package installed on CentOS 5.6 x86_64
>> You need to re-compile from the source if that's true.
>> To make sure get your wanted, specifying --with-hal/--with-udev explicitly
>> with "yes" will help.
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