Linux Containers (LXC) is a program using Linux cgroup that let run multiple linux instances on one host.

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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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SquashFS image as rootfs in LXC

Is it possible to use a SquashFS filesystem as an LXC rootfs? I can mount an ext3 image as a rootfs just by setting lxc.rootfs to the filename, but if it's any other type of image, lxc-start just says ...
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Why doesn't docker container start at boot w/ upstart script on Ubuntu 12.04?

Using instructions for Docker auto-start on Linode VPS running Ubuntu 12.04 and Docker 0.8.1, the specified container does not start on reboot. Once booted, I am able to ~$ sudo start [service-name] ...
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Manage LXC containers from host in puppet

Is there any puppet modules for manage nodes in LXC containers from local host? E.g.: I have host with 50 LXC containers and I want to manage all those containers from host directly, not from another ...
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WordPress installation with Docker

I have to migrate my WordPress installation to my own server in order to get SSL working properly. (It was originally on GoDaddy shared hosting, which doesn't allow for external SSL cert ...
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SSH to Linux Container from Other Machine

I am trying to learn about Linux Containers and this is my first encounter with servers, ssh and many other things that I do not know the terms yet. I create five different containers and authorized ...
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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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LXC with both GUI apps and snapshots on unmodified Fedora kernel

I am looking for a tool or library to run LXC that supports: running X applications conveniently snapshotting root filesystems (using a Fedora system with an unmodified kernel), so that I don't have ...
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User permissions inside and outside of LXC containers?

I'm running some services inside of Docker LXC containers on my server and I'm beginning to actually do serious things with them. One thing I'm not clear on is how user permissions work inside and ...
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Vagrant-lxc container not starting

Firstly I'd like to say that I'm new to LXC and I may have some problems getting the right idea of how the things should work. The thing is I'm trying to start a previously download vagrant-lxc box ...
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How to move process from one namespace to other?

This question is similar to my question about how to list namespaces. So in addtition, I'd like to know some information about moving processes from one namespace to other? E.g. I have processes of ...
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LXC: Have rootfs mounted without nosuid

I have the container's rootfs in a volume mounted with the nosuid option. When I start the container, its / mounted is then also mounted nosuid, which breaks programs such as sudo. How can I avoid ...
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LXC apparmor profile limits executing scripts in /run/*

LXC is blocking a trusted container from running scripts in /run/*, how do I configure LXC to allow scripts to run here?
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To what extent does LXC manage configuring the network interface in a container?

In the LXC config file we can specify an IP address for a container: lxc.network.type=veth lxc.network.link=br0 lxc.network.ipv4 = 10.1.0.35/16 lxc.network.flags=up lxc.network.hwaddr= ...
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How to automatically launch a lxc container on ssh connection?

I'm attempting to setup a system that automatically creates a new sandbox on a ssh login to use as a temporary jump box into my server. So to do this I was wonder how to setup lxc to spin up a new ...
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Making an Android container with Ubuntu 12.04 on the Samsung ARM Chromebook : initrd file not found

I'm trying to run Android as guest OS with LXC containers on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on the ARM Chromebook, reading this tutorial. At some point of the tutorial, it says: Then get the initrd for your ...
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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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benchmarking ftp in 3 methods of virtualization

My Bachelor Final Project is about benchmarking visualization methods with ftp, web and mysql services: installing Debian on xen (para-visualization) kvm and lxc with equal resources config (equal ...
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vi hangs when run in /dev/console under LXC

I'm running an Arch Linux container from within lxc. The lxc-start command connects to the internal /dev/console, on which I have agetty running using the following command: /sbin/agetty --noclear -a ...
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Network in LXC not forwading through a bridge

I've got an LXC container, on the host I've got a bridge between the LXC container and eth0. The LXC container can ping it's Host 10.1.0.5, but can't ping the gateway of 10.1.0.2. The host is able to ...
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Using a bridge, an LXC container can't ping router, but the host OS can

I've got a virtual machine running under virtualbox, and in that virtual machine I've got an LXC container I'm trying to bridge to virtualbox's NAT interface: ------------- ----------- ...
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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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lxc-unfreeze does not resume the guest if the host is rebooted

Does a guest that has been frozen with lxc-freeze survive a reboot of the host? I.e. after rebooting the host, can the guest be unfrozen with lxc-unfreeze?
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Application updates inside of LXC containers?

Typically on a server, automatic updates of security-related patches are configured. Therefore, if I'm running MySQL 5.5 and a new security patch comes out, Ubuntu Server will apply the upgrade and ...
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LXC and deployment of web application code

l'm currently in the learning stage of using LXC. Now I'm at the point where I'm ready to deploy my application (written in PHP) to my containers. I've been using DeployHQ (deploying over ssh 2) to ...
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Lxc giving error at the time of shutdown

I had installed lxc on my debian wheezy. Now during shutdown it give error /var/lib/lxc/*/status : no such file or directory. it show this line for 50-60 times then got shutdown. why am i getting this ...
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LXC: running Virualbox within a container

I've installed virtualbox inside an lxc container. However when I try to start a VM I get the error message: kernel driver not accessible (rc=1909) ....permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. This ...