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Re: ImportError: No module named libvirt

You are right. But for now I would like to get an overview of some basic workflows, to understand if the logic of this os makes me feel comfortable. If yes, I will study it thoroughly. Can you help me a little bit more ? I would like to complete my first task. This is the point that I've reached.

make install

=> Tool dependency glib2-tools-[0-9]*: found glib2-tools-2.68.3

=> Tool dependency intltool>=0.40.0: found intltool-0.51.0nb6

=> Tool dependency perl>=5.0: found perl-5.34.0nb2

=> Build dependency x11-links>=1.34: found x11-links-1.34

=> Build dependency cwrappers>=20150314: found cwrappers-20180325

=> Full dependency py38-gobject3-[0-9]*: found py38-gobject3-3.36.1nb1

=> Full dependency py38-libvirt-[0-9]*: found py38-libvirt-5.8.0

=> Full dependency libosinfo>=1.2.0: found libosinfo-1.2.0

=> Full dependency libvirt-glib>=2.0.0: found libvirt-glib-2.0.0

=> Full dependency vte>=0.42.1: NOT found

=> Verifying reinstall for ../../wip/vte

ERROR: [] The directory \`../../wip/vte'' does not exist.`

*** Error code 1

Do you know where I can grab the package or the source code of the vte package requested by the compilation ? Right now I've found only the 0.28 package. It seems to be the latest version. I've seen vte3 but I don't know if it's good. I don't want to break my netbsd system.

Il giorno mar 14 set 2021 alle ore 16:35 Thomas Klausner <> ha scritto:
On Tue, Sep 14, 2021 at 04:32:42PM +0200, Mario Marietto wrote:
> Please commit your changes or stash them before you merge.

Please google error messages like this before asking, there are lots
of pages explaining what you need to do in this case.

You had modified your git checkout.

git stash
git pull

should get you in a clean state again.


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