From: Martin List-Petersen (martin_at_list-petersen.dk)
Date: Mon 24 Feb 2003 - 12:31:58 GMT
Citat Schwarz Hans-Juergen <info_at_hjs.de>:
> Hello Martin, hello List,
> At Montag, 24. Februar 2003 09:43, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> > Citat Hans-Jürgen Schwarz <info_at_hjs.de>:
> > > I installed my vservers with debian bootstrap. Unfortuatly I dont
> > > have the reboot scripts in it. How can I get the reboot feature in
> > > my servers or where can I find them?
> > Should work right out of the box ... my Debian vservers reboot only
> > the vserver, without installing any additional scripts. (installed by
> > debootstrap)
> no not in my servers, I miss the /sbin/vreboot and /sbin/vhalt stuff in
> my installations and don't know how to get them. A normal "reboot" on
> the command line does not work. Maybe anyone can point me to the right
> Thank you very much
I only use the normal reboot command, and that works fine.
Did you install the vserver-tools from the tar-ball or as Debian package ?
vserver 0.21-1 (Debian package for the tools)
debootstrap for creating vserver (as described in /usr/share/vserver/README.debian)
I'm not sure, how much there was change in the Debian package compared with the
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