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also check out the latest [http://vserver.13thfloor.at/Experimental/ Experimental Releases] and let us know if something is broken.
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Revision as of 15:15, 21 November 2008

Linux-VServer provides virtualization for GNU/Linux systems. This is accomplished by kernel level isolation. It allows to run multiple virtual units at once. Those units are sufficiently isolated to guarantee the required security, but utilize available resources efficiently, as they run on the same kernel.

This site contains information relating to the use and development of virtual servers based on Linux-VServer. This particular virtual server model is implemented through a combination of "security contexts", segmented routing, chroot, extended quotas and some other standard tools.

Note: If this isn't what you are looking for, maybe Linux Virtual Server is.


We are currently migrating from our old Wiki to MediaWiki, but not all content has been migrated yet. Take a look at the Wiki Team page for instructions how to help or look at the old wiki to find the information not migrated yet.

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Old Stable




Ancient Stable

2.2 + grsecurity

Stable + grsecurity vs2.2.0.7 vs2.3.0.34 vs2.2.0.7-grsec2.1.11 vs2.2.0.4 vs2.2.0.3-grsec2.1.10 vs2.2.0.4 vs2.3.0.12 vs2.2.0.3 vs2.3.0.12 vs2.2.0-grsec2.1.10 vs2.0.3-rc3 vs2.0.2.1 vs2.0.2.1-grsec2.1.9
2.4.36 vs1.2.12
2.4.30 vs1.2.10
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Linux kernel



2.3 + grsecurity


3.18.21 vs2.3.7.4
3.14.52 vs2.3.6.15
3.10.88 vs2.3.6.9
3.4.112 vs2.
3.2.67 vs2.3.2.17
3.2.22 vs2.3.2.10-grsec2.9.1-20120711 vs2.3.0.37-rc17 vs2.3.0.37-rc5 vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2. vs2.

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