It looks like that is the underlying problem but is it safe to do that?
I, perhaps foolishly, assumed there was a good reason vserver did not do
that by default. Thanks - John
On Fri, 2010-01-15 at 11:34 +0100, Rik Bobbaers wrote:
> maybe a stupid suggestion, but... is sysfs mounted in your guest?
> if not, what if you'd mount it at start?
> Rik Bobbaers
> -- http://harry.enzoverder.be
> linux/unix/system/network/security/hardware/DR admin
> "If a man speaks his mind in a forest, and there's no woman to hear it ...
> is he still wrong?"
> > Hello, all. We are trying to install a Debian Lenny vserver on a CentOS
> > 5.4 host running a custom kernel - 18.104.22.168-vs22.214.171.124.7. We are trying
> > to install fuse-utils and sshfs for use wit X2Go (a great project for
> > those unfamiliar with it - www.x2go.org). We keep getting:
> > Setting up fuse-utils (2.7.4-1.1) ...
> > creating fuse group...
> > udev active, skipping device node creation.
> > udev requires a mounted sysfs, not started. failed!
> > failed!
> > invoke-rc.d: initscript udev, action "reload" failed.
> > dpkg: error processing fuse-utils (--configure):
> > subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 1
> > dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of sshfs:
> > sshfs depends on fuse-utils (>= 2.7); however:
> > Package fuse-utils is not configured yet.
> > dpkg: error processing sshfs (--configure):
> > dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
> > Errors were encountered while processing:
> > fuse-utils
> > sshfs
> > In the past, we simply created the fuse device manually and added
> > SECURE_MOUNT
> > SECURE_REMOUNT
> > BINARY_MOUNT
> > to ccapabilities
> > Short of giving SYS_ADMIN and running udev, how do we get this to work?
> > Thanks - John
Received on Fri Jan 15 15:10:26 2010