True. I didn't realize that the original post seemed to be talking
about running Virtualbox on the host, not the guest. But it looks
like Nicolas Cadou was able to run inside a guest os without problem.
Granted, he did have to open a few capabilities.
PS. Sorry for the terrible threading and top posting. I'm using
gmail and it just sucks for lists ... and I'm too lazy to move things
around and timestamp it. ;)
On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 12:21 PM, Peter Mann <Peter.Mann@tuke.sk> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 12:17:57AM -0700, markandeya wrote:
> > Has anyone run an emulator like VitualBox on top of a VServer host.
> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 10:35:51AM -0500, John Alberts wrote:
> > Really? I had no idea that Virtualbox, or any other emulator, would run inside
> > a vserver guest os. That is amazing. Has anyone else had any luck doing this
> > and remember if there are any special steps required. I would imagine that you
> > would have to really set a lot of capability flags that would make everything
> > much less secure.
> read carefully first question ... i think it's about 'host', not 'guest'
> ... IMHO any vserver enabled kernel can run VirtualBox and/or VMware,
> because only kernel modules are needed fo VirtualBox and/or VMware
> 5o Peter.Mann at tuke.sk
-- John AlbertsReceived on Wed Jun 25 19:03:54 2008