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* [[Installation Considerations]]
 
* [[Installation Considerations]]
* [[Installation on Linux 2.6]]
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* [[Installation on Linux 2.6]]: from source, both the kernel and util-vserver
 
* [[Installation on ArchLinux]]
 
* [[Installation on ArchLinux]]
 
* [[Installation on CentOS]]
 
* [[Installation on CentOS]]
 
* [[Installation on Debian]]
 
* [[Installation on Debian]]
 
* [[Installation on Fedora]]
 
* [[Installation on Fedora]]
* [[some small howto for Fedorro TM os]]
 
 
* [[Installation on Gentoo]]
 
* [[Installation on Gentoo]]
 
* [[Installation on Mandrake]]
 
* [[Installation on Mandrake]]
* [http://pld-linux.org/Vserver Installation on PLD-Linux]
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* [http://www.pld-linux.org/Docs/Vserver Installation on PLD-Linux]
 
* [[Installation on Redhat]]
 
* [[Installation on Redhat]]
 
* [[Installation on Slackware]]
 
* [[Installation on Slackware]]
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** [[Installation on Slackware 14]]
 
* [[Installation on SuSE/OpenSUSE]]
 
* [[Installation on SuSE/OpenSUSE]]
 
* [[Installation on Ubuntu]]
 
* [[Installation on Ubuntu]]
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== Configuration ==
 
== Configuration ==
  
* [[util-vserver:Documentation|util-vserver Documentation]]
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* [[Util-vserver:Documentation|util-vserver Documentation]]
 
* [[vcd:Documentation|VServer Control Daemon Documentation]]
 
* [[vcd:Documentation|VServer Control Daemon Documentation]]
* [[yum-patch:Documentation|How to patch vyum]]
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* [[Share a directory among multiple guests]]
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* [[Standard_non-shared_quota]]
  
 
== Guides and Howtos ==
 
== Guides and Howtos ==
  
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* [[Building Guest Systems]]
 
* [[util-vserver:Howto virtualize an exisiting Linux server|Howto virtualize an existing Linux server]]
 
* [[util-vserver:Howto virtualize an exisiting Linux server|Howto virtualize an existing Linux server]]
 
* [[VCMD HowTo]]
 
* [[VCMD HowTo]]
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* [[Installing 32-bit Fedora on 64-bit Debian]]
 
* [[Installing 32-bit Fedora on 64-bit Debian]]
 
* [[Installing Ubuntu on Debian]]
 
* [[Installing Ubuntu on Debian]]
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* [[Installing an openSUSE vserver guest]]
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* [[Networking vserver guests]]
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* [[Howto HostAuth]]
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* [[Fuse_GlusterFS| Fuse and GlusterFS]]
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* [[yum-patch|How to patch vyum]]
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* [[yum-upgrade-3.2.4|Upgrading existing installations to yum-3.2.4]]
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* [[Migrating from OpenVZ to Linux-Vserver]]
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* [[Getting_high_with_lenny]]
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* [[Installing_Ubuntu_8.04_Hardy_as_guest]]
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* [[Applying CPU Limits]]
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* [[Upgrading from Etch to Lenny]]
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* [[Upstart issues]]
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* [[Limit Networking on Multihomed hosts]]
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* [[Read-only_RootFS]]
  
 
== Lists & Theory ==
 
== Lists & Theory ==
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** [[Resource Limits]]
 
** [[Resource Limits]]
 
*** [[Memory Limits]]
 
*** [[Memory Limits]]
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*** [[Network Bandwidth Management]]
 
** [[Virtual System Information]]
 
** [[Virtual System Information]]
 
** [[Unification]]
 
** [[Unification]]
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== External Resources ==
 
== External Resources ==
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* [http://vserver.13thfloor.at/Remote-Reset/ Simple Remote reset] (remote reset/power your vserver box)
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* [http://vserver.13thfloor.at/Null-Modem/ NullModem cables] [http://www.loop-back.com/null-mod.html II] [http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Remote-Serial-Console-HOWTO/serial-pc-terminal.html III] (cable required for serial console)
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* [http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Remote-Serial-Console-HOWTO/index.html Serial Console HOWTO]
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[[Category:Documentation| ]]
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[[Category:Community]]

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