From: Enrico Scholz (enrico.scholz_at_informatik.tu-chemnitz.de)
Date: Wed 22 Oct 2003 - 14:34:34 BST
jack_at_solucorp.qc.ca (Jacques Gelinas) writes:
>> please note that this version requires new tools (util-vserver 0.23.92
>> or later) to work. you can get them either from the same directory, or
>> from Enricos util-vserver page at savannah.nongnu.org
> This is confusing. Why change the name of the package.
util-vserver began as an experimental port of the 'vserver' package
to provide C-implementations of the base-tools and an automake based
build-system. When it become official (that means: when it become a
savannah project), the old 'vserver' package was still alive and
there were possible naming-conflicts with other, non-security context
'vserver' projects. Since it needed a name, I chose 'util-vserver',
which seems to be more describing than 'vserver'.
> btw, Why util-vserver has dropped the newverser command.
* I do not know how to program in 'shellmod'
* I can not test it
* the current version will not work with the new configuration scheme
(see  for information about it; but this is work-in-progress so do
not rely on it)
* linuxconf does not seem to be very wide-spread
(when somebody wants to train his XSLT skills, a stylesheet would
be very appreciated ;) )
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