From: Bodo Eggert (7eggert_at_gmx.de)
Date: Wed 07 Jan 2004 - 17:15:14 GMT
On Wed, 7 Jan 2004, Dariush Pietrzak wrote:
> > Without testing: What about running xdm inside the vserver and X outside,
> > either with -query or with a chooser to select the (v)server?
> Hmm, I'm not sure what that would accomplish - you would have to install X
> to master machine, the one that's supposed to carry only sshd and vserver
> environment, and that's not good.
X needs too much privileges to be any good on a secure machine. You might
reduce some risks, but I doubt you can get something you may actually
call "secure". Instead, you should run a P90 as X-Server and connect
> And you wouldn't be able to run various
> X-servers on the same machine - like 3.3 versus 4.3 ( versus Xouvier or
> whatever it's called )
A bunch of vservers might be nice for switching between these
installations, but you won't (off cause) be able to run them concurently
if the hardware doesn't allow it. This might be handy if you're developing
or testing X, but as far as I can tell not for productive use.
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