I'm new to uml, it's really cool! I'm using it with two buddies who
have rented 1U of coloed rackspace and are sharing a Linux box with
four IPs. I plan to set up uml on my IP so I can run my own servers
without bumping into theirs and vice-versa. My testing at home is
going great, I believe it will work for me! We thought for a while
about how to get three motherboards into the 1U case, and while it has
been done before, we decided that the trouble and cost was not worth
it. Now, after playing with multiple instances of dns and web servers
listening on different interfaces and running them out of our home
directories, I can't stand the mess and hit upon this idea.
To make the consoles accessible, I hope to use Gnu's screen program.
That way I will be able to login to the host machine and switch back
and forth between virtual consoles, and when I leave, I can disconnect
from the session until next login. Has anyone done this before before
I go wading through the intricacies of screen? If you had a screen
config file and perhaps some scripts you've written to get that going,
it would make my life easier. If not, well, maybe I'll post mine once
it's working. :)
Thanks for help! UML is just too cool!
From: Michael Pacey <michael@wd...> - 2001-09-07 21:22:49
On Fri, 07 Sep 2001 20:44:39 JMan wrote:
> To make the consoles accessible, I hope to use Gnu's screen program.
Have you thought about just telneting or sshing in? I think that would
probably be easier to set up and maybe more secure (in the case of ssh) and
> Thanks for help! UML is just too cool!