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 looked at the stackexchange site but couldn't find anything. I looked at the wikipedia entry on Linux container https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LXC and as well as hypervisor ...
I have a program I would like to test in offline mode without taking down my actual network. This program would still need to connect to local sockets, including unix domain sockets and loopback. It ...
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 ...
How can I build a privileged LXC (1.0.3) container (that part I know) and then migrate it successfully to be run unprivileged? That is, I'd like to debootstrap it myself or adjust the lxc-ubuntu ...
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 ...
When creating a userns (unprivileged) LXC container on Ubuntu 14.04 with the following command line: lxc-create -n test1 -t download -- -d $(lsb_release -si|tr 'A-Z' 'a-z') -r $(lsb_release -sc) -a ...
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 ...