LLXC: My little python3-lxc based project

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9 Responses

  1. Serge says:

    Looks very nice :)


  2. Guido says:

    Great article, good work.

    Could you please elaborate about how to install python3-lxc? I am using ubuntu 12.04 and I am having problems with it, I can not find it using apt-get, I have also tried to download the sources from github but it still gives me errors when I try to execute the code.

    Thank you in advance.

  3. jonathan says:

    Hey Guido, I’m putting together some packaging for it and will put it in a PPA, that should make it a lot easier to install. I’ll post an update on how to install it step by step as well.

  4. Steven C says:

    It would be really, really neat if this tool could support jails on GNU/kFreeBSD! I’m so accustomed to vzlist/vzctl enter/exec.

  5. Guido says:

    Thank you very much, Jonathan.

  6. xagaba says:

    You need to see http://www.serfdom.io/ I’m testing with a script like yours to make some light personal paas

  7. susheel teja says:

    you can use lxc-ls –fancy will list the containers status with running IP addresses and name of the container.
    sorry if it is irrelevant.

  8. jonathan says:

    @Susheel that’s correct. This blog entry was written 5 years ago before lxc-ls –fancy was there :)

  1. 1 October 2012

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