I found this patch for RHEL5. See if you can find the
one for RHEL5.1.
Please let us know if this works out for you.
--- Alan Murrell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thank you for your reply, JD.
> jd wrote:
> > Hi
> > We have tested the CentOS 5.1 as server platform
> > as a client.
> That is fair enough; I thought, afterwards, that
> that might be the
> case. Since I will likely be connecting to it
> remotely anyway to do the
> management, then that should not necessarily be an
> issue. I did not get
> a chance to test the re-install from my Kubuntu
> laptop, but the fact
> that after the re-install on the local CentOS
> machine I was able to at
> least create a "localhost" server (whereas before I
> could not) is a good
> indication. I will test this when I get back to the
> office in the
> morning. (Yes, I was still getting the "Unknown
> type (null)" error
> whenever I tried to click on any of the objects)
> > You should use 3.0 version of the script if it is
> > vanilla CentOS 5.1.
> OK, noted. I ran the xen-3.1 stuff; if I run the
> xen-3.0, will it
> replace the changes it made? I think it made a
> backup of the
> xend-config.sxp file in '/etc/xen', so I probably
> just need to put that
> back in place and re-run the xend-config.sh script
> for xen-3.0?
> > But it seems you have installed xen 3.2 is that
> > correct ?
> Not anymore. I re-installed the system and am using
> the CentOS 5.1
> provided packages.
> > Please pass on the following info
> > -- xm info
> > -- xend-config.sxp file.
> > -- netstat -an | grep LISTEN
> > -- check that firewalls are turned off (for
> I will pass that along when I get in to the office
> int he AM. If this
> can help make the client run better on CentOS 5.1,
> then I am glad to
> help, and be your guinea pig :-)
> > -- For running ConVirt on 5.1 I think you are
> > running in to pygtk problem. See if you can get a
> > patch or upgrade.
> I will see if I can do that. Thanks for the tip!
> -Alan M.
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