On Sat January 14 2006 08:59, Michael S. Zick wrote:
> On Sat January 14 2006 06:40, Oliver Welter wrote:
> > eyck wrote:
> > >> afair, you have to ssh into the box to use screen.
> > >> vserver <name> enter and issuing a screen command does not work.
> > > it's not that it doesn't work, it's that it easier and safer to tell
> > > people 'just ssh into your guest' instead of explaining how to make it
> > > work.
> > As I dont have SSH running inside the guest and I am not afraid of some
> > work, how :)
> You could try making it 'by hand' - but that would only work for the pts
> that you create by hand. Also recall, that on that system, you are using
> udev and /dev is probably mounted in /tmpfs, not as persistent files on
> the hard disk.
> Gentoo gives you three ways to handle a missing device (follow the directions
> for a missing /dev/console or /dev/null).
> But what you want to handle is dynamic devices (pts 0...254) in the guest
> with a device creation system that runs in the host.
> First, grab all the udev manuals you can lay your hands on...
> The 'stock' system scripts are creating devices in '/dev'; modify to create
> them also in /<vserver>/<guestroot>/dev
> Sorry, I don't know how only what.
Scratch that - - here is how:
Each udev rule can call an external script - write one that hardlinks the
just created /dev/pts/xx to a /<vservers>/<guestroot>/dev/ptx/xx
Now all you have to do is figure out 'which vserver' to create the link in.
> > Oliver
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