On Fri May 16 2008 11:34, Peter Mann wrote:
> On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 06:16:09PM +0200, tobias wrote:
> > vserver install is now fine on debian. On Ubuntu 8.04 I cannot find a
> > matching kernel.
> ubuntu doesn't have vserver enabled kernel ...
> debian testing/unstable doesn't have vserver enabled kernel because of missing
> vserver patch for 2.6.24/2.6.25 (in Debian exists only older 2.6.22 kernel packages)
> (i found only testing patch
If you are willing to try the "work in progress" versions of the vserver patch;
Due to the way that page sorts, always start at the bottom and work your way up.
You can find work there as recent as yesterday, including work on 2.6.25
> ... only Debian Etch (stable) has support for vserver with kernel 2.6.18
> which distribution has full support for vserver ??? how can I use some
> recent kernel with vserver? who can support some "long time supported"
> vserver kernel if newer kernels are not supported? this is important on
> production systems, where we need kernel updates
> i'm thinking about FreeBSD and jail for migrating, but it's only my
> small thought, because linux-vserver is great ;-))
Received on Fri May 16 18:44:57 2008