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Re: [Xen-devel] Using Debian packages

On Thu, 17 Mar 2005, michal urbanski wrote:

> Sorry... mistyped, it is in fact /etc/xen/xend-config.sxp
> "dpkg -l|grep xen":
> ii  libxen-dev     2.0.5-1        development files for the control library fo
> ii  libxen-python  2.0.5-1        python wrapper around libxc, the control lib
> ii  libxen2.0      2.0.5-1        control library for XEN, a Virtual Machine M
> ii  xen            2.0.5-1        a Virtual Machine Monitor like User-Mode-Lin
> ii  xen-docs       2.0.5-1        documentation for XEN, a Virtual Machine Mon
> ... and during all this, I solved my problem. Found an old python2.1,
> and an old xen 1.2 package (libxc-python) which after removal, caused
> /etc/init.d/xend to start up properly.
> Which is somewhat strange, as /usr/bin/python -> python2.3.

Hrm, that's interesting.  Could you try to track this down more?  The reason I
placed these in experimental, is because I haven't tried doing upgrade
testing; this may be a problem that I need to work around/fix.

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