From: Javier Navarro (javinc_at_teleline.es)
Date: Thu 17 Mar 2005 - 20:18:00 GMT
En 17/3/05 19:14, "Herbert Poetzl" <herbert_at_13thfloor.at> escribió:
> On Thu, Mar 17, 2005 at 07:05:27PM +0100, Javier Navarro wrote:
>> Thank you Herbert,
>> I found that I'm using a guest system configured for a debian host system.
>> (from http://debian.marlow.dk/vserver/guest/).
> hmm, the guests do not (or at least should not) depend
> on the host distro ... did you read what I suggested?
Yes, I read it, but I didn't understand it very well.
In fact, I really don't know which of the systems shows the /proc no mounted
error, but reading the Proc-Security wiki it seems like the host needs some
flags setup in /proc, in order to let the guest see those entries. Does it
mean that flaging the proc entries properly will make the /proc not mounted
The things I did to setup the vserver in my Fedora Core 2 system were:
install FC2 kernel 2.6.10+1.9.4vs, and then, compile util-vserver-0.30.
Finally, I downloaded a redhat 9 system and the deploy-vserver.sh script to
install it, from http://debian.marlow.dk/vserver/guest/.
I hope my thoughts and explanations will help you help me.
>> I'll try to create a guest server from the host.
>> En 16/3/05 22:41, "Herbert Poetzl" <herbert_at_13thfloor.at> escribió:
>>> On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 04:30:14PM +0100, Javier Navarro wrote:
>>>> I¹m trying to test a FC2 system with kernel 2.6.10+1.9.4vs and redhat 9 as
>>>> host system.
>>>> It seems to work but a receive a /proc not mounted error
>>> sounds to me like a badly configured host system ..
>>> see http://linux-vserver.org/Proc-Security for details
>>>> and running sshd on host and guest freezes sshd
>>>> service on both (a network problem?).
>>> could well be, maybe too many capabilities or something
>>> like that? guess we need more details here ;)
>>>> Javier Navarro
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