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libvirt-dbus ============ libvirt is a C toolkit to interact with the virtualization capabilities of recent versions of Linux (and other OSes). It is free software available under the GNU Lesser General Public License. Virtualization on the Linux Operating System means the ability to run multiple instances of Operating Systems concurrently on a single hardware system where the basic resources are driven by a Linux instance. The library aim at providing long term stable C API initially for the Xen paravirtualization but should be able to integrate other virtualization mechanisms if needed. libvirt-dbus wraps libvirt to provide a high-level object-oriented API better suited for dbus-based applications libvirt-dbus is Free Software and licenced under LGPLv2+. The latest official releases can be found at: ftp://libvirt.org/libvirt/dbus/ NB: at this time, libvirt-dbus is *NOT* considered API/ABI stable. Future releases may still include API/ABI incompatible changes. Dependencies / supported platforms ================================== The libvirt-dbus projects attempts to be moderately conservative about updating the minimum required versions of external package dependencies, to strike a balance between enabling use of new features while minimizing inconvenience for downstream developers on distro platforms with specific shipped versions. There are roughly two classes of Linux distro - short lifetime (Fedora, Ubuntu non-LTS, etc) and extended lifetime (RHEL, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu LTS). Based on this classification, the libvirt-dbus project will generally aim to ensure build support for - Most recent 2 releases of short lifetime distros - Most recent major release of extended lifetime distros, with most recent 2 minor updates The project will consider RHEL, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu LTS, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE and SUSE (SLES/SLED) distros to be a representative subset of distros when determining min required versions of external deps that is reasonable to target. Other distros of similar release vintage will typically have similar versions to at least one of these distros. In the case of Debian, the project may at times choose to require use of an update from the backports repository. At any time, it may be possible to build on versions of distros that are older than those implied by this policy, but the project will not guarantee this remains the case in future releases. The min required package versions of external dependencies may be raised in future releases based on this distro build target policy. The packages required to build libvirt-dbus are - systemd-211 - libvirt Patches submissions =================== Patch submissions are welcomed from any interested contributor. Please send them to the main libvir-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org Questions about usage / deployment can be send to the end users mailing list email@example.com For further information about mailing lists & contacting the developers, please consult http://libvirt.org/contact.html --End