> Florian Philipp wrote:
>> I recently acquired a virtual server at hosteurope.de
>> ... How do I have to configure the kernel?
>> Which sources can I use?
> I'd say you do not need any sources, because as you wrote,
> you have guest. openvz/virtuozzo uses one single kernel
> running on host (similar as vserver-linux).
> As it is common, company offering virtual servers has a pool
> of guest-systems you can choose from (iirc, hosteurope offers
> debian, ubuntu, suse, and some kinds of windoze). You can not
> install a guest system of your choice, but you can ask them
> and maybe they will prepare it for you. Then you get root
> access to your guest system, and you can do with it whatever
> you want (except of building new kernel)...
I've just found this howto:
Can't promise that I won't come back with more questions, though