Description of problem:
If you don't have libbeagle installed, when doing "Restore Virtual Machine",
virt-manager will throw this error:
/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/manager.py:167: GtkWarning: Can't open
libbeagle 'libbeagle.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
It might be related to the GTK file-chooser dialog that pops up. It's not
fatal, and doesn't seem to actually break anything, so I'm not sure if you
should make it a Requires or not.
We aren't explicitly using beagle for any part of virt-manager. Its
unfortunately pulled in by the GTK FileChooserDialog which is spewing this
warning message to the console. Ideally GTK would just shut-up about beagle if
its not there rather than printing these messages which appear to the user like
application bugs :-(
I'll investigate if there's anything in GTK which can be done for this...
I believe I killed that warning.
Verified fixed in fc6. Closing.