On Thu, May 25, 2006 at 12:52:19AM +0200, Mark Maas wrote:
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> Corey Wright wrote:
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> >> Hello all,
> >> Could someone elaborate on how to make devices available inside a
> >> vserver? (/dev/tty[0-9] or /dev/mem) etc.
> > can't you just copy the desired file from /dev to /vservers/<name>/dev or
> > do a mknod, either one as root from the host?
> >> I would like to be able to burn a cd under a vserver, or even run X.
> > appears you need some additional capabilities for writing optical media.
> > search for Akito's conversations in these irc transcripts.
> > http://irc.13thfloor.at/LOG/2005-12/LOG_2005-12-19.txt
> > http://irc.13thfloor.at/LOG/2005-12/LOG_2005-12-21.txt
> Thanks guys, I now know that "making devices" means nothing more then
> copying it from the host, to the guest (while still in the host. Am I
> making sense here?)
yes, either that or using mknod (again on the host)
> One other question, as this is meant for a testing server for home
> use, and public access is available, I don't really need the security.
> Is there a way to turn off all "security" so I'm left with a vserver
> Basically a computer within a computer?
yes, just add the 'missing' capabilities to your guest
and it will be able to mess with all the hardware, etc.
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> Mark Maas-martin (OpenPGP: 0xA8F5C970)
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