>> And now come all the obvious questions... :D
>>>> I'm kind of last at the moment. I've upgraded my Slackware 12.0
>>>> installation to 12.2 and upgraded the kernel to
>>>> My util-vserver is 0.30.215.
>>> which is too old for a recent kernel (it is more than two
>>> years since it was released, and back then, nobody knew
>>> that the mainline kernel would change :)
>> Where can I download a newer version of util-vserver? :)
> -> Downloads
> -> util-vserver pre-releases
> which points to:
>>>> My vserver guests (still running 12.0) seem to work.
>>> they seem to, but as a matter of fact, the isolation is
>>> gone and the namespaces are partially non-functional
>> Is this 'fixable' by using a newer util-vserver?
> yep, recent 0.30.216-pre28xx will fix this after
> a guest restart ...
>>>> However, when I log in to this machine, the hostname in my prompt is
>>>> 'zaphod'. When I start screen and create a new terminal, my hostname
>>>> (in my prompt) changes to the name of the lastly started vserver...
>>>> Has anyone seen this behavior? If so, what's happening here?
>>> yep, many debian users have, some gentoo folks too :)
>>> what happens is that cloning the namespaces fails because
>>> mainline changed the way it needs to be done and the
>>> tools are too old to know ...
>> See questions above...
> see answers above...
Thank You! (I didn't even see that util-vserver pre-releases link :()
Received on Mon Apr 26 20:20:24 2010