From: Ben Gilbert (bjgilbert_at_usa.com)
Date: Fri 20 Dec 2002 - 22:33:14 GMT
Just signed on to this list as I am looking for a VPS solution for commercial web hosting.
I was wondering if this is the Vserver that Plesk has announced that it will be packaging with its PSA control panel? I asked them but they did not reply. Does anyone know if they have made and modifications to Vvserver?
Any opinions on Vservers readiness for prime time in a commercial hosting environment? Sorry if this has already been discussed, have not had time to look through all posts.
----- Original Message -----
From: Herbert Poetzl <herbert_at_13thfloor.at>
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 16:23:29 +0100
Subject: Re: [vserver]VNC in vserver
> On Thu, Dec 19, 2002 at 08:37:11PM +0800, Wray Cason wrote:
> > > just curious, what is that "must have" app?
> > Simply Accounting 9.0. I long for a good accounting package for linux. I
> > wasn't impressed with MyBooks and Intuit will never get my money. The only
> > one that I have seen that I like is Simply Accounting and of course, it is
> > only for winblows.
> > > XFree should not be required to run Xvnc ...
> > Indeed. the RedHat twm package "depends" on the XFree86 package so I just
> > went with it.
> > > this does not provide enough information to draw
> > > elaborated conclusions, but my guess would be that
> > > xterm tries to grab a pty, which is not available ...
> > That is the case as near as I can tell. It seems that xterm relies on
> > /dev/ttyp* instead of /dev/pts/*. I appears to me that the /dev/ttyp*
> > convention is old and not supported by the ctx kernel. I am thinking that
> > perhaps I could manually create /dev/ttyp0 to satisfy xterm. Does someone
> > know how I could accomplish this?
> man mknod
> although I doubt that you will be able to create the
> correct entries, because this is a dynamic allocation
> > Also, you appear to be running VNC just
> > fine in your vserver. If you are running xterm as per the default vnc
> > configuration, would you please tell me whether or not you have any /dev/ttyp*
> > files? I bet you do.
> .. and you lost your bet *G*
> I use a Mandrake based host/vserver and Mandrake works
> reasonable well with devfs which uses the new scheme
> as well as the /dev/pts ...
> > --
> > Wray Cason "Wrayman"
> > Auxilium Computing
> > www.auxiliumcomputing.com
> > wrayman_at_auxiliumcomputing.com
> > main: 206-595-2080
> > fax: 425-895-9825
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