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Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2010 18:02:48 -0300
From: Leonardo Lazzaro <>
Subject: Re: new to openwall! some migration question

I usually dont install any software at hardware node. When I said migration
it was about OpenVz Containers.
I am testing what gramlin said in his mail


On Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 5:59 PM, <> wrote:

> On Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 10:05:18AM +0300, (GalaxyMaster) wrote:
> >
> > I never heard of proxmox before, but a quick search reveals that it's a
> > Linux distro which is focused on providing mail services.  Although,
> > it's possible to build very complex systems on top of Owl, I thought it
> > worth to be mentioned that Owl doesn't include the LAMP stack by default
> > (e.g. there is no MySQL, Apache, or PHP packages in the default package
> > repository).  However, since we are mostly binary compatible with RHEL
> > 4, CentOS 4, and FC 3 - you can install most of the needed packages from
> > there, yet you will get the benefit of the secure practises we use in
> > Owl.
> May be I'm a moron but I've never seen any binary packages from other
> distros
> running under Owl.  Each time I was trying smth. like this I had problems
> which are, perhaps, easy to solve, but compiling all the stuff from sources
> was always easier.
> However, there are unofficial package repositores for Owl around, e.g.
> mine:  (as I didn't yet
> update it for Owl 3.0, you might want to take the SRPMs and build them).
> Should you decide to try this out, please be sure to share your experience.
> Thanks!
> --
> Croco

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