From: Lucas Albers (admin_at_cs.montana.edu)
Date: Sat 08 Jan 2005 - 06:02:57 GMT
Nicolas Costes said:
> Second thing: This forces me to install a Debian vserver... Well, I was
> planning to try Debian, but not this soon ;-) !!! I'd like to keep up
use debian as your vserver host, it's much easier to manager vservers on a
I've used redhat/mandrake as vserver host, and very very much prefer using
I dont' remember the steps to get it to work with redhat/mandrake.
I remember a lot of steps.
You can always try with debian then switch back to mandrake when you see
how it all works...
-- Luke Computer Science System Administrator Security Administrator,College of Engineering Montana State University-Bozeman,Montana
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