Linux Containers (LXC) is a userspace interface for operating system-level virtualization features in the mainline Linux kernel, such as kernel namespaces and control groups (cgroups). These allow multiple distinct user space instances to be run on a single kernel.
I'm exploring the LXC features in Ubuntu 12.04 and I really want to set up a network like this: client1: 192.168.56.101/24 lxc-host: 192.168.56.102/24 guest1 192.168.56.201/24 guest2 ...
Is there any method in Linux to list all namespaces on the running host? I need to check namespaces for particular processes (e.g. processes running in LXC-container and all other processes on the ...
While I can simply have e.g. sshd in a chroot environment ("chrootenv") listen to a different port than its parent ("parentenv"), it would be more convenient to have that environment have an ...
I've install virtualbox inside an lxc container. However when I try to start a VM I get the message: kernel driver not accessible (rc=1909) ....permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. This obviously ...