From: Liam Helmer (lists_at_strongboxlinux.com)
Date: Sat 23 Apr 2005 - 05:03:42 BST
Hmm... this command works for me with fakeinit on.... although, it should
really be calling "init q", but that's just me being picky.
You did restart the vserver after adding the flag, yes? Enter the vserver and
check if there's a process called "init" with a pid of 1 (use ps xa). You are
using the new vserver utils? I'm using kernel 2.6.10 + vs 1.9.4 with the box
I tested on.
On Friday 22 April 2005 16:01, Gilles wrote:
> I'm trying to install a package in a Debian vserver,
> but the configuration script ends with
> kill -s HUP 1
> (because the package modifies "/etc/inittab").
> Hence the script aborts, and the package management
> system marks the package as "Not fully installed".
> Is there a way to make that installation script happy;
> I mean: not doing anything on the host but nevertheless
> returning "success" from the above command?
> I've read something about "fakeinit", which sounds like
> that should be it, but although I've added a "flags" file
> in "/etc/vservers/<name>" containing that word, it didn't
> change the script's behaviour.
> How can I achieve that result?
> Vserver mailing list
Vserver mailing list