[virt-tools-list] Help: I want to know when virt-manager will update and release new version to Ubuntu and redhat or other Distro.

Kevin Zhao kevinzs at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Wed Oct 21 05:58:02 UTC 2015

Great   :-) Thanks Gizmo for your information , I will download the 
newest Distro to check the virt-manager version.
On 2015年10月16日 12:13, Gizmo Chicken wrote:
> For Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty), which is the most recent Ubuntu LTS
> release, virt-manager is stuck at 0.9.5 in the official Ubuntu
> repository.
> But you can upgrade to 1.1.0 on Trusty using ppa:jacob/virtualisation,
> which maintained by Jacob Zimmermann.   See
> https://launchpad.net/~jacob/+archive/ubuntu/virtualisation?field.series_filter=trusty
> And even for the forthcoming Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily), which isn't an LTS
> release, virt-manager is stuck at 1.0.1 in the official Ubuntu
> repository.
> But you can upgrade to 1.2.1 on Wily using ppa:jacob/virtualisation.
> See https://launchpad.net/~jacob/+archive/ubuntu/virtualisation?field.series_filter=wily
> On Thu, Oct 15, 2015 at 9:26 PM, Cole Robinson <crobinso at redhat.com> wrote:
>> On 10/14/2015 01:35 AM, Kevin Zhao wrote:
>>> Dear Everyone,
>>>      I am working on porting virt-manager to S390x ,now I have realized the
>>> function that using virt-manager on x86_64 to create and manage VM guests in
>>> S390x, also I have submit the patch to virt-manager mainline on 13th July, 2015.
>>>      But when I use "apt-get install virt-manager" to get the packages, I see
>>> the version of virt-manager is 0.9.5. So I want to know that when virt-manager
>>> will update or release new stable version to the Distro, such as Ubuntu
>>> ,redhat and so on. And if it has been released ,Pls tell me the support Distro.
>>>      If the released work has something to do , I am happy to take some work
>>> for pushing it to other Linux Distro community.
>>>      Thanks very much.Pls feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
>> Yeah we are overdue for a release. I'll shoot for getting one out by the end
>> of the month, and it will end up in Fedora 23 which will be released by then.
>> But whatever debian/ubuntu version you are using with 0.9.5... that version is
>> quite old, so you probably aren't on their latest distro release, maybe one of
>> the LTS versions. If you want latest and greatest packages you should update
>> to the latest version of your distro too
>> - Cole
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