On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 11:42:46AM +0200, Chris Lalancette wrote:
> Keir Fraser wrote:
> > On 21/08/2009 10:22, "Pasi Kärkkäinen" <pasik@xxxxxx> wrote:
> >>> Okay, I tested and fixed the stubdom case, so hopefully c/s 20104 will
> >>> actually work for you.
> >> xen-unstable "make tools && make stubdom" compiles for me with and without
> >> libbz2-devel/liblzma-devel installed.
> >> But even when I have liblzma-devel installed it doesn't seem to use it.
> >> ie. I only see -DHAVE_BZLIB in the build log and libxenguest.so.3.4.0 gets
> >> only linked against -lbz2.
> >> Investigating more..
> > With that package installed, do you have a header /usr/include/lzma.h, or
> > otherwise have lzma.h on the standard include path? If not then we're doing
> > the right thing, since Chris's patch wants to #include <lzma.h>. If it is,
> > then the has_header lzma.h check in the libxc Makefile is broken somehow.
> Hm, there's also a somewhat confusing situation with LZMA. I'm not sure I
> completely understand it, but from what I can tell the lzma.h header file
> be coming from the new "xz" project, not from the lzma project. That is, on
> Fedora 10 box, in order to get LZMA support compiled, I needed to install the
> xz-devel package; lzma-devel was not sufficient.
Yeah I noticed this too. In debian/ubuntu liblzma-dev is built from "xz"
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