On Wed, Apr 12, 2006 at 12:41:14PM +0200, Benedict Verheyen wrote:
> i installed the latest vserver patch on a pristine 2.6.16 kernel on
> a Debian Sarge. I made a vm and it all works fine. Now i have an uml
> running with tinydns and dnscache in it and i wanted to move that to
> First problem was that the supervising program wasn't run but i found
> a script somewhere to run it from the init procedure instead of from
> inittab so now it boots up fine.
you could alternatively use the 'plain' init style
and have a real init inside the guest, just as on
> Problem is that dns resolving for my clients pc's doesn't work at all.
I assume that is some network configuration error
keep in mind that UML requires routing/bridging
where linux-vserver is _on_ the host
> Even from within the vserver doing for instance a dnsip doesn't work.
how does it fail?
> >From the moment i stop the vserver and run the uml again, it all works.
> The uml was copied to the directory where the vserver resides so the dns
> config is the same.
> I then started to fiddle with capabilities because i thought this
> might be the problem. Here is what i added to the bcapabilities and
> ccapabilities file:
this one is given by default
those are not needed and will compromise security
this one is not used in the kernel at all :)
harmless but probably not required
should be there by default
this one is dangerous
those are synonyms, so one of them should
be enough, IIRC raw_icmp
> What needs to be changed in order to run djbdns?
probably the only thing really required to be changed
is the way you handle the networking, aside from that
djbdns should not have any issues, maybe you can
elaborate a little on your network setup, and how
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