On Sun, Jul 02, 2006 at 04:42:10AM +0000, Daniel W. Crompton wrote:
> I was messing around with 2 vservers, both Gentoo 2006.0 created from
> a stage3 the only difference is that one has the sys-apps/baselayout
> and the other has sys-apps/baselayout-vserver.
> I noticed that using the default base in Gentoo causes things not to
> stop (or at least clean up after themselves when they have stopped)
> and as a consequence not to start up when restarted because of a bad
> clean up or because of some other error.
> I'm going to roll out a ubuntu vserver for a client and was wondering
> if I needed to have any replacement baselayout scripts there too?
as far as I know, gentoo is the only distro which uses
a 'special' init system, which does not work inside a
virtual environment (well, without minor tweaks), IMHO
that is not a deficiency in gentoo, only a missing
(or better incomplete) 'implementation' of the gentoo
so to make it short: debian/ubuntu should work without
change, but you might (as usual) clean up hardware
related init scripts
> blaze your trail
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Received on Sun Jul 2 17:57:17 2006