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17th June 2013, 19:42
Is there a HowTo to get Working OpenVZ with ISPConfig 3 on a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS-Server?
17th June 2013, 22:03
There is one for Debian. This should be nearly identical
17th June 2013, 22:07
No, because this is not working:
apt-get -y install linux-image-openvz-686 vzctl vzquota vzdump
The package "linux-image-openvz-686" is not found.
17th June 2013, 22:09
Are you using a 64-bit or 32-bit system?
17th June 2013, 22:15
32-bit. So it should be right command, right?
17th June 2013, 22:46
It looks like Ubuntu doesn't support OpenVZ. Ubuntu 12.04 is running kernel 3.X which OpenVZ isn't compatible with
I did come across a tutorial for 12.04 which converts RPM's to DEB and installs them. I'm not sure if this will do the trick or not
17th June 2013, 22:48
I found this tutorial some hours before. But it seems tricky and experimental. Next problem is, that in this case there is no implementation in ISPConfig 3 :(!
17th June 2013, 22:55
You should be able to follow the first howto once you have OpenVZ installed. AFAIK ISPConfig will compile OpenVZ if it is visible on the system.
17th June 2013, 23:01
In my case in backend OpenVZ is available. But I did not installed the required packages before... Strange... And ISPConfig 3 does not compile anything. It was ISPConfig 2, right?
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