Thanks for the tip. It got me a bit further.
Now I'm stuck on configure looking for device mapper. I don't remember this before..
checking for DEVMAPPER... checking libdevmapper.h usability... no
checking libdevmapper.h presence... no
checking for libdevmapper.h... no
checking for dm_task_run in -ldevmapper... no
configure: error: You must install device-mapper-devel/libdevmapper >= 1.0.0 to compile libvirt
Any suggestion besides moving to linux ?
garyOn Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 4:09 AM, Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com> wrote:
Well you need to desactivate qemu and lxc builds to avoid this error:On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 01:40:11AM -0600, gary mazzaferro wrote:
> I'm revisiting my libVirt install for opensolaris. I downloaded libvirt
> This is a bit embarassing, but I forgot how to build libVirt on opensolaris.
> (It's been a while) I'm currently stuck with the configure script failing
> to find linux kernel headers.
> "configure: error: You must install kernel-headers in order to compile
> Can anyone post the instructions to build under opensolaris?
./configure --without-lxc --without-qemu ...
that should be done automatically on non-linux systems, it's a bug,
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