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hahni
17th June 2013, 19:42
Is there a HowTo to get Working OpenVZ with ISPConfig 3 on a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS-Server?

Greetings

Hahni

davefrooney
17th June 2013, 22:03
There is one for Debian. This should be nearly identical

http://www.howtoforge.com/installing-openvz-plus-management-of-vms-through-ispconfig-3-debian-6.0

hahni
17th June 2013, 22:07
No, because this is not working:

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apt-get -y install linux-image-openvz-686 vzctl vzquota vzdump
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The package "linux-image-openvz-686" is not found.

davefrooney
17th June 2013, 22:09
Are you using a 64-bit or 32-bit system?

hahni
17th June 2013, 22:15
32-bit. So it should be right command, right?

davefrooney
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

http://www.janoszen.com/2013/06/04/openvz-on-ubuntu-12-04-experimental/

hahni
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 :(!

davefrooney
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.

hahni
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?