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Posted Jan 6, 2011 16:23 UTC (Thu) by solardiz (guest, #35993)
also mentioned in the "next section" that you referred to:
Posted Jan 6, 2011 16:38 UTC (Thu) by solardiz (guest, #35993)
Overall, Owl 3.0 is primarily about the hardened userland. We do not use filesystem capabilities, and our userland is usable with mainstream kernels (although we do provide and recommend a specific RHEL5/OpenVZ patched kernel). In fact, some people are running our userland in OpenVZ containers on non-Owl host systems (we provide pre-created OpenVZ templates of the userland), although we generally use Owl for both "host" and "guest" ourselves.
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