Re: [Vserver] CentOS 4.3 k2.6.9-34 is there a VServer patch for this kernel?

From: Herbert Poetzl <>
Date: Sat 20 May 2006 - 15:45:27 BST
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On Fri, May 19, 2006 at 12:31:11PM -0400, GreatOak wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm new to this group but have been using VServers for about a year
> now.
> Most of my experience has been fairly straight forward, for the
> examples and don't deviate to much. I have setup about 6 host servers
> mostly AMD based.
> Recently, I have been working to get this intel based system up and
> running. I can get it up and running fine, the problem is the onboard
> NIC (Marvel 88E8050) uses the sky2 module which is not included in
> k2.6.14-3. I have tried rebuilding this system with a variety of
> config changes atleast a dozen times to no avail. It wasn't till
> recently that I discovered (through googling) that the problem was
> this unsupported module in k2.6.14.

hmm, why not use a recent kernel (e.g. which
already includes the sky2 module?

patches for linux-vserver can be found here:

> Now that I know... I am posting to know how I can get VServers to run
> on k2.6.9-34... OR which patch of VServers do I use to patch that
> kernel.
> I have tried using the patch for k2.6.12 and k2.6.14 ... That was not
> a good move. It compiled and lead me to false hope as it would not
> load.
> Thank you for you time.


> ~G

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