[Vserver] Re: Done with building guest server on FC4 and now what?

From: Steven Truong <djatlantic_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon 17 Oct 2005 - 21:15:34 BST
Message-ID: <77e0913f0510171315q220c0310h730838e4f207c85c@mail.gmail.com>

Thanks Mr. Scholz for the instruction. I also just found out about the FC4
from scratch and used that at the guide for my installation.


On 10/14/05, Steven Truong <djatlantic@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, all. Thank all for the helps that got me to successfully build these
> two guest servers (FC4 and Debian Sarge).
> My questions are:
> 1. I already got FC4 built with yum method, but then within the guest
> server I could not find yum command anywhere despite having the
> /etc/yum.repos.d/* in place. The guest server does not have anything beside
> syslog running. I would like to set it up with openssh, apache as the start.
> Btw, there is no rpm / yum commands in the guest server, so installing from
> these two are not possible. The guest server doesn't have gcc or any
> compilers for that matter. I already got networking to work in the guest
> server.
> 2. So what should I do now? Go and download gcc, rpm,yum and install them
> from source. Once I got these working, I could start installing openssh and
> apache from rpm or yum, or I just install these two from souces too. What
> are your recommendations for these matters? Could I share anything else from
> the hosts?
> 3. Could somebody outline the steps neccessary to set up the guest server
> to be useful in some services after one built it?
> Thank you all for your helps.
> Steven.

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