[virt-tools-list] Dependency of virt-manager on Ubuntu 13.10

Cole Robinson crobinso at redhat.com
Thu Mar 13 17:38:49 UTC 2014

On 03/13/2014 01:36 PM, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 11:27:56AM -0500, Peng Yu wrote:
>>> pengy at hydrogen:~/dvcs/virt-manager$ sudo     python setup.py install
>>> running install
>>> running build
>>> Generating /home/pengy/dvcs/virt-manager/build/virt-manager
>>> Generating /home/pengy/dvcs/virt-manager/build/virt-install
>>> Generating /home/pengy/dvcs/virt-manager/build/virt-clone
>>> Generating /home/pengy/dvcs/virt-manager/build/virt-image
>>> Generating /home/pengy/dvcs/virt-manager/build/virt-convert
>>> Generating /home/pengy/dvcs/virt-manager/build/virt-xml
>>> Generating man/virt-xml.1
>>> Generating man/virt-image.1
>>> Generating man/virt-manager.1
>>> Generating man/virt-clone.1
>>> Generating man/virt-install.1
>>> Generating man/virt-image.5
>>> Generating man/virt-convert.1
>>> running build_i18n
>>> Writing po/POTFILES.in
>>> intltool-update -p -g virt-manager
>>> unable to execute intltool-update: No such file or directory
>>> Removing po/POTFILES.in
>>> error: po/POTFILES.in: No such file or directory
> I suspect what has happened is you've got multiple conflicting
> versions of the Python libraries installed all over the place.  That's
> likely to give you random breakage.

Yes, trying to manually install packages with python setup.py install is
really only recommended if you know what you are doing.

The error above looks to be missing intltool-update, FWIW

- Cole

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