From: Baltasar Cevc (baltasar_at_cevc-topp.de)
Date: Fri 17 Dec 2004 - 15:06:36 GMT
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I want to start using vserver on a server machine (it stands far from
here, and I have root, but no terminal access).
Testing the software on my local test machine, everything went smooth
apart from some small issues just at the beginning of my test.
So I compiled a vserver kernel for the server, too, copied it to /boot,
added a lilo entry and ran "lilo -R vserver" to test it first (as it is
more complicated to have the machine restarted with a specific image, I
didn't change the default).
Everything came up and worked all right.
However, after changing the lilo default image, the server did not come
up again. It only worked when I instructed the hoster to select the
"old"/plain kernel image.
This error is reproducable - having the non-vserver image as default,
the server does boot with both kernels (uname -r told me that I worked
using the vserver kernel).
Changing the default to the vserver image, the computer only starts
when manually choosing the plain kernel.
Does anybody have a hint what I'm doing wrong or where I could start
Thank you a lot, greetings from Regensburg, Germany
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