From: Jon Bendtsen (jon+vserver_at_silicide.dk)
Date: Mon 12 Aug 2002 - 20:31:59 BST
> Jacques Gelinas wrote:
> > On Sat, 10 Aug 2002 11:13:40 -0500, Jon Bendtsen wrote
> > > Jacques Gelinas wrote:
> > > > After 10 years of work in linux, mind you, I knew what DEB stand for :-)
> > >
> > > well excuse me, but if you knew that already, why did you ask what
> > > root_server.deb is ?
> > Obviously, I was not asking about the deb extension. I was asking what
> > root_server stand for. The current package is called vserver and there is also
> > a vserver-admin package. So what root_server stand for ?
Well, i just tried to answer both questions.
> > He answered. For me root_server would have stand as a general purpose
> > package used to install a whole root server: Everything needed to operate vservers
> > and do basic configuration or the root server (which is beyond the vserver
> > package) including hardware and networking and ...
This is more or less the same as i think, and what i tried to write in
my reply to you. (weather or not i succeded is only something you can
> > At some point, vserver aware distribution will allow one to setup a minimal
> > linux installation used to
> > configure the box
> > administer vservers
> > monitor vserver and some intrusion detection.
Yes, that would be nice... running debian of course :)