From: Pong (fdeg_at_mindgate.com.ph)
Date: Wed 26 Jun 2002 - 07:25:56 BST
On Tue, 25 Jun 2002, John Lyons wrote:
> > My guess is vserver was specifically designed to avoid root access and
> > I for one am more than happy with this approach, if you need such a level
> If you want a virtual server system that doesn't provide anything close to
> root access then you should be looking at FreeVSD but in most cases vserver
> beats Freevsd.
yes because you also must consider being rooted inside freevsd so you need
vserver patch to protect the host and other virtual server clients from
the intruder. also, try combining the LIDS patch together with vserver so
you can globally turn off and enforce the privileges that needs to be
dropped within all vservers.