From: Jacques Gelinas (jack_at_solucorp.qc.ca)
Date: Fri 21 Nov 2003 - 04:19:14 GMT
On Thu, 20 Nov 2003 20:09:03 -0500, Herbert Poetzl wrote
> On Thu, Nov 20, 2003 at 12:51:57PM -0500, Jacques Gelinas wrote:
> > On Wed, 19 Nov 2003 04:48:02 -0500, Geoffrey D. Bennett wrote
> > > Hi there,
> Hi Geoffrey!
> > > Just wanted to report some success running Fedora Core 1 in a vserver
> > > (Red Hat 7.3 base) as well as share a problem I had and a script I
> > > wrote to make future FC1 vserver installs trivial (for me, at least).
> > >
> > > First the problem: the glibc that comes with FC1 didn't like running
> > > some programs (like RPM :( ) -- it failed with "cannot enable
> > > executable stack as shared object requires". I fixed the problem by
> > > rebuilding the glibc RPM with the glibc-execstack-disable patch (comes
> > > with the glibc RPM).
> I heard from Rik (v. Riel) that one of RedHat's
> aims (or requirements) is that Fedora works with
> vanilla kernels (correct me if I've got it wrong)
> so any problem with vanilla 2.4.xx can be considered
> a Fedora bug, and should be reported ...
Good thing. Odd. I finally withness this problem on my build machine running
a 2.2 kernel and hosting various chrooted build environment.
On my notebook with 2.4.22vs1.00, fedora1 seems to work well as a vserver
> > Odd
> > I am using few vservers with fedora core 1 and I am not seeing this problem.
> > (vserver 0.27 probably out tomorrow let you install fedora base vserver from
> > CD).
> Hi Jack!
> what interface will those 0.27er tools support?
> stable or development?
Jacques Gelinas <jack_at_solucorp.qc.ca>
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