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Re: [libvirt-users] virt-install: "ERROR Host does not support any virtualization options"

On 2/8/12 10:01 AM, Michal Privoznik wrote:
On 08.02.2012 09:33, Felix Blanke wrote:
On 2/8/12 12:52 AM, Cole Robinson wrote:
On 02/07/2012 08:11 AM, Felix Blanke wrote:

I tried (most) of your use flags without any change.

Maybe it's because my CPU is very new and qemu-kvm-1.0-r2 has problem
that. Whatever, I'm fine with the 9999 version.

Still needs to get a tutorial how to use vde with virt-install. Can't
anything in the net :(

The root cause is that older libvirt failed at parsing the qemu 1.0
string. Please file a bug with your distro and ask them to backport
this fix
so other users won't hit the same problem:


- Cole

Hi Cole,

you're right. I installed libvirt-0.9.8 (instead of 0.9.6) and it works
fine with qemu-1.0-r2.

Gentoo doesn't have to backport it. There is 0.9.8 allready in portage,
but masked (means not 100% stable). But qemu-kvm-1.0-r2 is also marked
as masked. Therefore it is only a combination of one masked
(qemu-kvm-1.0-r2) and one unmasked (libvirt-0.9.6) package, which isn't
anything I could complain about :)
Maybe I should fill in a "bug" report that if qemu-kvm is unmasked they
need to unmask libvirt, too. I'll thing about it.

Thank you for clearing things up.

Kind regards,
Felix Blanke

I've started Troubleshooting wiki page on libvirt and added your case as
it was showing up frequently:



Hi Michal,

thanks for creating this page. Looks like a good way to tell other people from all distributions about this bug. This is the first time I'm "mentioned" in a wiki, I hope I can handle all that fame.

Kind regards,
Felix Blanke

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