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Launchpad Entry: servercloud-p-libvirt
Packages affected: libvirt
To-do list for libvirt during Precise cycle:
- Merge 0.9.8? (Start with 0.9.6 now)
- should removing libvirt-bin shut down its vms and remove bridges?
- bash completion
- support libvirt-guest sysvinit script from debian? (main plus being support for suspend/resume of guests)
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