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Old 08-07-2008, 01:23 AM   #16
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Hi Michelle,
Are you done with this? Can you help me too? unSpawn redirect me to this thread.
 
Old 08-07-2008, 07:50 PM   #17
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After build my vserver. i have error like this "Error: can't execute ENTER command! Errno: 2" by typing vserver <servername> enter.
What commands did you use to create your VPS? Can you verify the VPS is properly made with 'vps-list'? What do your VPS logs say?


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Hi Michelle, Are you done with this? Can you help me too? unSpawn redirect me to this thread.
Well, actually only to direct you to commands and docs that outline the procedure, but if Michelle would be willing to outline her installation steps in a post that could be helpful for a lot of people, yes.
 
Old 08-07-2008, 11:10 PM   #18
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What commands did you use to create your VPS? Can you verify the VPS is properly made with 'vps-list'? What do your VPS logs say?



Well, actually only to direct you to commands and docs that outline the procedure, but if Michelle would be willing to outline her installation steps in a post that could be helpful for a lot of people, yes.
Hi unSpawn, what's LQ? anyway, this is how i build my host.
vserver <host> build <context id>
after this i can view my host in the directory path: /vservers
I also configure /etc/freevps/<hostname>.conf.
My problem are:
1. Can't ping the ip address that i assigned in the <hostname>.conf
2. vserver <hostname> enter is not working.
Error: can't execute ENTER command! Errno: 3


Hi phody_lee,
As soon as I'm done with this i will create a nice documentation. if you're using YM? feel free to add me and let see how far you're in your installation.


michelle
 
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vserver <hostname> enter is not working.
Can you verify the VPS is listed by running 'vps-list'?
Do your VPS logs show any errors or warnings or information?
 
  


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