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Re: [Xen-users] might XenSpecificGlibc help me?

Chris Fanning wrote:

I'm trying to compile a fs -LTSPFS- that is based on the FUSE project.

I have compiled and installed FUSE on dom0.
the fuse/examples/hello test works.

Now, when I attempt to compile LTSPFS
ltspfs# ./configure
checking fuse.h usability... no
checking fuse.h presence... no
checking for fuse.h... no
I think this is a pretty clear indication that fuse.h is not present (have you installed the fuse development package?).

Moreover, depending on which version of Xen you're using, fuse is more than likely not present and not a compile option in the kernel. You'll need to compile fuse against Xen.

FWIW, I've done this before it Ubuntu so you shouldn't have any problems with it in Debian.


Anthony Liguori
and config.log says
configure:3827: checking fuse.h usability
configure:3839: gcc -c -g -O2  conftest.c >&5
In file included from /usr/local/include/fuse/fuse.h:23,
                from /usr/local/include/fuse.h:9,
                from conftest.c:65:
/usr/local/include/fuse/fuse_common.h:30:2: error: #error Please add
-D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 to your compile flags!

so I thought

but the author of the ltspfs says that -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 is
already done in the config script.

I'm at a loss. :(

Might XenSpecificGlibc help me here?
Nope.  The Xen glibc is only for performance with TLS emulation.
and if so,
Any instructions to install it on a debain testing? Thanks in advance.

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