- You're asking the question in the wrong forum. Please use the
forum/support method provided by OpenXenCenter - I'm pretty sure this is
not the place.
- Second, OpenXenCenter does not appear to interface with the open
source versions of Xen - it looks like it is built to interface with the
Citrix XenServer, the commercial (but freely available) version of Xen.
It *may* work with XCP, but I'm not even sure about that.
On Thu, 2011-01-06 at 01:10 -0800, inas mohamed wrote:
> I am trying to install openxencenter to control my VMs I followed the
> instructions but when I tried to start it I got:
> File "window.py", line 44, in <module>
> import gtkvnc
> ImportError: No module named gtkvnc
> does any one face this problem before.
> I tried to comment the import line and xencenter started but console
> tab is not working and it is lookoing for gtkvnc module.
> Note: I already installed all these packages, I was thinking that may
> be one of them will work but no , I am still receiving the error.
> Installed Packages
> gtk-vnc.i386 0.3.8-3.el5
> gtk-vnc.x86_64 0.3.8-3.el5
> gtk-vnc-devel.i386 0.3.8-3.el5
> gtk-vnc-python.x86_64 0.3.8-3.el5
> gtk-vnc-devel.x86_64 0.3.8-3.el5
> any help please?
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