[interop] Assistance with refstack client

Martin Kopec mkopec at redhat.com
Wed Jul 20 12:59:12 UTC 2022

Hi Jimmy,

I can help here, they can connect with me and we'll take a look.

I'm sorry for not replying sooner,

On Tue, 19 Jul 2022 at 19:04, Jimmy McArthur <jimmy at openinfra.dev> wrote:

> I've encouraged the team in question to subscribe to the ML and reply
> themselves to hopefully help speed up the process.  But here's the response
> from our Zendesk queue on this question from Jeremy:
> I am trying to install ref-stack on a  clean ubuntu VM
> root at ubuntu20-04lts-scpu-8gb-cdg1-1:~/refstack-client# hostnamectl
>    Static hostname: ubuntu20-04lts-scpu-8gb-cdg1-1
>          Icon name: computer-vm
>            Chassis: vm
>         Machine ID: 17b2bc7f7e524632910414ca691accf0
>            Boot ID: 460cab8e7ccf451fb0ed0342d6c6e253
>     Virtualization: kvm
>   Operating System: Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS
>             Kernel: Linux 5.4.0-54-generic
>       Architecture: x86-64
> All I have done is clone the repo and Run the "easy button" setup:
> ./setup_env
> On 7/18/22 2:08 PM, Jeremy Stanley wrote:
> On 2022-07-18 13:42:09 -0500 (-0500), Jimmy McArthur wrote:
> I've got someone encountering errors attempting to install the
> refstack client. Error below. Is there anyone on the interop team
> that I can onnect these folks to for assistance?
> [...]
> I'm not really involved with RefStack development, but skimming the
> errors it looks like some dependency is getting compiled from source
> because there's no pre-built binaries for the target platform.
> Knowing what steps/commands led to that error condition, as well as
> the platform (Linux distribution name and version, processor
> architecture, that sort of info) would help to narrow down possible
> causes.

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