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Re: [Xen-users] The script hotplugpath.sh is missing in /etc/xen/scripts

On 12.10.2011 13:56, Aaron Cossey wrote:

Under Debian 6 I'm trying to use xen networking in routed mode, and have
encountered a bug in xen-common whereby the file hotplugpath.sh is not
This file is sourced by several other scripts, and xend wont restart without

This is already dealt with here:

The fix has been uploaded to Debian sid, and I don't really want to compile
this one package myself just to get this one file.
Does someone have a copy of this file (hotplugpath.sh) which I can simply
copy into place?

On the above site click on "xen-utils-common" -> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?package=xen-utils-common Click on "xen-utils-common package page" -> http://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=xen-utils-common
Click on "sid (unstable)" -> http://packages.debian.org/sid/xen-utils-common
Click on "all" (next to "Architecture" with the headline "Download xen-utils-common") -> http://packages.debian.org/sid/all/xen-utils-common/download
Choose a mirror and download the sid-package with the file in it.

(This works for all Debian packages.)

How to extract files from .deb? Throw "extract deb package" in a search engine and get http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/116

> If there is a more correct way of getting this working I'd
> be grateful to find out.

*Maybe* it is possible to simply install (dpkg -i ...) the sid-package in your Debian. I will not test it on my system. ;-)



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