Article/tutorial on User-mode Linux

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Article/tutorial on User-mode Linux

Postby frangelus » Sun Jul 17, 2005 2:53 pm

In my home network I run a Smoothwall box as firewall and another box with SuSE 9.0 for all the 'real' server stuff. Pretty secure, but not efficient from energy savings perspective.
I somewhere read that with User-Mode Linux you should be able to combine these functions in a secure way into one box.

Therefore an article or tutorial on how to get this done would be very welcome as well as a discussion on security related aspects by using UML as compared to different boxes.

Thanx!
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RE: Article/tutorial on User-mode Linux

Postby A-Wing » Mon Jul 18, 2005 6:18 am

Vserver is another solution for this. We sell virtual machines using vserver at Netserve, they seem to work quite well.
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