From: Dimitri Roschkowski (dr_at_port29.net)
Date: Tue 26 Nov 2002 - 05:21:28 GMT
> Presumable the vserver is starting quite happily anyway?
> If I've got the gist correctly you are trying to start `arping' from within
> a vserver, which is a low-level utility/daemon for pinging ARP addresses.
> This will want raw socket access if you want to run it from within a
> vserver, which you can do if you giving it the `CAP_NET_RAW' capability in:
Thx, now the Server boots withou any error messages. The Problem now is,
the access to the Server by other people over the IP adress. When I want
to do something with the Adress, the vserver have, I always connect with
the host machine and not to the vserver running on it. In the Manual there
is written the vserver must have one IP of the Host machine. I did that in
that way: I created a virtual interface eth0:1 with the other IP adress of
the Hostmachine end entered it in the IPROOT field of the config file, but
it still doesn't work. When I start the vserver, I couldn't see any errors
during the start of the network interfaces, but the main server grabs the
vserver IP. What did I wrong? Could you please post a example config file?
It might help!