From: Stephen Frost (sfrost_at_snowman.net)
Date: Tue 28 Dec 2004 - 14:11:37 GMT
* Hans Ulrich Niedermann (vserver_at_n-dimensional.de) wrote:
> And you can even do that disabling cleanly and automatically if you
> install your guest systems with a virtual klogd instead of the
> standard one which contains nothing but
> Provides: linux-kernel-log-daemon
> Conflicts: linux-kernel-log-daemon
> Replaces: linux-kernel-log-daemon
> OK, it could make sense to call this package not
> "util-vserver-something" but "vserver-guest". This isn't about
> util-vserver any more, but more something like adding Debian support
> for a new hardware platform.
> And for the other hardware stuff Herbert mentioned (random, rtc,
> usb)... theoretically, this vserver-guest package could pull in
> dependencies on adapted versions, or provide virtual packages which
> aren't useful on the guest system.
Yeah.. Honestly, I'd rather see the vserver patch 'fake out' this stuff
instead of having a bunch of special packages be required in the guest.
If nothing else, it makes it that much more obvious that it's a vserver
guest and that there's a master server somewhere which someone might be
interested in trying to bust into...
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