Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Aug 2006 11:45 UTC, submitted by Kir Kolyshkin
Debian and its clones "The OpenVZ project today announced its operating system-level server virtualization software technology is incorporated into Debian GNU/Linux giving users full access to OpenVZ software, which helps increase server utilization rates. At the same time, the OpenVZ project revised licensing terms for its user-level utilities under the GNU GPL license to comply with the Debian Free Software Guidelines. Also, OpenVZ software now conforms with the LSB/FHS."
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by Lunitik on Fri 4th Aug 2006 13:34 UTC
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"Debian adopts OpenVZ"

No, it got uploaded to Sid :/

Xen is there too...

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RE: Misleading
by l3v1 on Fri 4th Aug 2006 14:37 in reply to "Misleading"
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So what ? Sid is Debian also (for most of us it _is_ Debian), and openvz hasn't been anywhere in Debian up to now, and now it is. So yes, it got included. And yes, Xen has been there first. Again: so what ? It's good it's there, that's what matters.

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RE[2]: Misleading
by fffffh on Fri 4th Aug 2006 15:50 in reply to "RE: Misleading"
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Is already in Testing
(Mon, 3 Apr 2006 21:38:08 +0200)

[2006-06-15] Accepted 026test009-1 in unstable (low)

Main competitor of OpenVZ is VServer.

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