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Old 31st March 2006, 14:11
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Default Perfext setup xen 3.0 and debian make world

Everything is going fine when folowing the tutorial, until at chapter 3.2 i compile the kernel.
After make world, and some time waiting i get the folowing error.

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You don't have bzip2 installed. Please run
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apt-get install bzip2
and try again.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by falko
You don't have bzip2 installed. Please run
Code:
apt-get install bzip2
and try again.
Thanks for the hint!

I tried it again, and it didn't stop with that error anymore.
Now after a while it gives an error like:

xentop.c:567: error: "color_yellow" undeclarded
xentop.c:872: warning: implicit declaration of function 'clear'
xentop.c:875: warning: implicit declaration of function 'refresh'
xentop.c:877: warning: implicit declaration of function 'getch'
make[4]: *** [xentop.o] Error 1
make[4]: leaving directory.....
that 4 times (make 4,3,2 and 1)

Am i doing somthing wrong when following the tutorial or?
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I've never seen that error before.
Where exactly do you get it? Are there also errors in the lines before the ones you posted?
Did you follow the tutorial to the letter?
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Quote:
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I've never seen that error before.
Where exactly do you get it? Are there also errors in the lines before the ones you posted?
Did you follow the tutorial to the letter?
I''l try again from scratch...

I guess i'm using a slightly newer version of debian, rest is the same.
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now when i do

transfig bzip2 screen ssh debootstrap libcurl3-dev libncurses5-dev


i get:
transfig command not found
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nevermind
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now when i do

transfig bzip2 screen ssh debootstrap libcurl3-dev libncurses5-dev


i get:
transfig command not found
What is transfig? I've never heard of such a command...
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