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Re: [opensuse] Problems Yast virt-manager
  • From: Aaron Siegel <bulk_mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2008 22:59:06 -0600
  • Message-id: <200803152259.07263.bulk_mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Jose

Thank you for the help. I down graded to the dbus-1 packages included in the
10.3 cdrom. It still does not work, I receive the same errors as with the old
version. I recompiled yast2-vm from the current source. I am receiving the
same error. I am running a custom kernel, I have the driver problem with my
TV card, The default kernel does not boot, I can remove the TV card.

I think I will give up on yast-vm, it is not stable enough for my need.

Thank you for your help
Aaron

On Saturday 15 March 2008 03:09:21 pm Jose wrote:
Aaron Siegel wrote:
Hello

I am unable to run the YaST vitalization manager. I receive the following
error in the YaST log:


2008-03-15 12:10:35 <1> soundman(5242) [liby2]
genericfrontend.cc(main):455 Launched YaST2
component 'y2base' '/usr/bin/virt-manager' '("-c")' '("xen")'
'("--yast")' 'qt' 2008-03-15 12:10:35 <1> soundman(5242) [liby2]
genericfrontend.cc(main):556 YAST_IS_RUNNING is yes
2008-03-15 12:10:39 <3> soundman(5242) [liby2]
Y2ProgramComponent.cc(receiveFromExternal):358 External program returned
invalid data.
2008-03-15 12:10:39 <1> soundman(5242) [liby2]
genericfrontend.cc(main):571 Finished YaST2 component 'y2base'


I only use the manager for starting my Windows XP appliance. Is there
another method for access Windows console. It appears Windows does not
set up the network interfaces until some one logs on. If I can just
change that behavior I can use my RDesktop to access Windows.

Thank you
Aaron

Hi

Just corrected that same problem, if you have updated your dbus-1 you
need to downgrade to original from dvd/cd, I have 10.3 latest xen
kernel-pae and latest tools from update repositories, but seems
virt-manager has some problem with the newest dbus-1, downgrading solved
my problem, hope this helps you

Jose


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