From: Jason Kent (jae_kent_at_yahoo.ca)
Date: Thu 15 Jan 2004 - 03:25:38 GMT
I'm pretty new to this so if you don't have any good
advice for me ... save your time ---
-- Running Debian(Woody) and I've created a separate
partition (/vservers) to store my vservers ..
1. I apt'd 'vserver' and got 0.29 and when I try to
build a vserver it returns that it already exists
'/*****/vserver exists' which it doesn't. And it
doesn't matter which name I use.
2. So what I've done is downloaded the tar.gz for 0.29
and uncompressed it. I'm trying the install-pre.sh,
-fix.sh, -post.sh files to install it. I'm lost though
and have no idea of the sequence or proper options to
which I must use to install vserver-0.29.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Even if you
could just send me a link. Also ,, if I haven't
provided enough information ... please let me know so
that I may add it to my inquiry.
Jason ''new to Debian and vservers''
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