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I am trying to edit the source of a package and make it work. Thus, I didnt use yum install, I installed it from source and it is working. The package im building from source is libvirt. Now I want to install libvirt-python. I used yum install libvirt-python. It says, libvirt is not installed, Dependency libvirt.so.0 missing and it has to install it. But I want this libvirt-python to be installed on top of the libvirt i compiled. I know that libvirt.so.0 is in /lib . Can someone tell me how i can tell yum the current location of the libvirt.so.0 (By using a symbolic link or something) and install libvirt-python without using libvirt?

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  • recompile the libvirt with --prefix=/usr/local/libvirt
  • export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/libvirt/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH and try again.
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maybe you can try the following:

yum install --tolerant --exclude=libvirt libvirt-python

Regards

Stephan

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