From: Micah Anderson (micah_at_debian.org)
Date: Wed 06 Jul 2005 - 05:40:43 BST
Herbert Poetzl schrieb am Wednesday, den 06. July 2005:
> On Wed, Jul 06, 2005 at 05:35:07AM +0200, Harald Kapper wrote:
> > On Wed, 6 Jul 2005 04:59:27 +0200, Herbert Poetzl <herbert_at_13thfloor.at> wrote:
> > >debian sarge is broken (at least regarding linux-vserver)
> > hi
> > uhm - if this is so why are there not bug-reports / package-maintainers
> > notified, etc.?
> > anyway, would you care to share your opinion on which
> > distro vservers aren't broken?
> they work just fine on almost all distros including debian,
> it's just not advised to take the debian packages for now
> (until debian folks have fixed them)
So that we can know, can you give an idea of what the problems are? I
am using the debian kernel patch and util-vserver packages on 4
different machines and I haven't had any problems. This does not mean
that there are no problems, but I haven't seen any and would like to
know what might be things I could encounter (and others probably want
to know too).
> this means:
> - get a vanilla kernel (188.8.131.52 is current)
> - get the linux-vserver patch (vs2.0-rc5 is current)
Additionally, I have updated kernel-patch-vserver so that patch
vs2.0-rc4 is working for debian kernel 2.6.11-7. I am working on
updating the 2.6.8 patch to also work with vs2.0. The Debian 2.6.12
kernel is coming soon (it has been held up by the gcc-4.0 transition),
and when it is available I will update the patch to work with that
kernel as well.
If you wish to be more conservative, and play with a more "stable"
situation, with less enhancements, the Debian vserver patch works
against kernel-source-2.4.27 (in stable, using the vserver stable
> - get the most recent tools (util-vserver-0.30.207)
The util-vserver package in debian unstable has 0.30.207 available on
all architectures except ia64 (0.30.204-6).
> PS: I'm pretty sure debian folks (including maintainers)
> will soon catch up (and fix the issues) ... nevertheless
> feel free to submit bug reports to the debian maintainers
> for all your issues you encounter with the sarge version.
Please do, dont bug Bertl because the debian packages are out of date,
report the bugs using the Debian BTS (install package reportbug and
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