Thanks for the advice, and sorry for taking me so long to respond.
I tried setting:
host# vattribute --set --xid <xid> --secure --ccap raw_icmp
and when i try to traceroute a host I am again getting:
traceroute: raw socket: Operation not permitted
Any further ideas?
Another problem has now appeared:
When i try to ssh to the guest sshd, i am getting the following error:
fatal: chroot("/var/run/sshd"): Operation not permitted
/var/run/sshd is rwx for root and r-x for the group and others
util-vserver 0.30.209-2 debian package
On Tue, 2006-04-11 at 13:17 +0200, Daniel Hokka Zakrisson wrote:
> Nikolay Kichukov wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Thanks for the advise,
> > I'd like to test that and I already have raw_icmp in the flags file for
> > the vserver, but is there a way i can set that without rebooting the
> > vserver?
> It's a context capability, so you should put it in ccapabilities file.
> > I've searched for information about chcontext and did not find a lot
> > about setting those caps and flags dynamically. Is that possible? If
> > yes, how?
> vattribute --set --xid <name or xid of the guest> --secure --ccap
> raw_icmp (add additional --bcaps here if you have any, as they'll be
> reset otherwise)
> > Also, another question is, i have already created(built) the vserver
> > without --context NNN, and now I would like to get the vserver running
> > only in a specified context, ie. 444. How can i implement that?
> echo NNN > /etc/vservers/<name>/context
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