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Is it possible to run a 10.04 or 12.04 or earlier LTS containerized under LXC or Docker on Trusty?

Is it possible to have a vanilla installation of Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) and run inside it containerized older Ubuntu versions that originally came with older kernels? For example for 12.04 I'd assume ...
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replicate and isolating user environments on the fly

I will be using Ubuntu Linux for this project. For training of a particular application at a conference I need: To have each student be able to ssh into the same user account on a server Upon each ...
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ARM LXC Container template

I've been trying to run LXC on an ARM architecture (arm6l - Raspberry Pi) but with no luck. After some research, I found that maybe trying to run a x86 template on my ARM was causing the problem (bash ...
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Containers running on ARM

I've been doing some research and decided to implement OpenVZ since it allows each container to be isolated from other containers, unlike LXC. However, OpenVZ is still not supported for ARM ...
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Container lockdown

I was reading about LXC vs OpenVZ and was wondering if this issue has already been solved in more recent updates: OpenVZ has done quite a good job at this, but LXC still has issues here. Even ...
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Indentifying a linux container [duplicate]

Is there a simple way to identifying a linux container?, just like with a xenserver vm you can input the command uname -a and the result contains the word "xen". Linux hostname 2.6.18-348.6.1.el5xen ...
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LXC containers as a sandbox environment

I am currently starting a project evaluating untrusted programs (student assignments) in a secure sandbox environment. Main idea is to create a web app for GlassFish and Java wrapper around lxc-utils ...
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lxc networking quesion

I have a similar requirement to the OP of this thread. I want the following configuration: -Physical host (PhyHost) reachable from the network at IP 10.1.101.89 -LXC container (LxcHost) ...
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How can I use Skype with lxc?

Under Scientific-linux? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LXC I just want to separate Skype, because I don't trust it. We are using it only to call/chat with people, no file transfers!