Running KDE inside an OpenVZ container is a rather easy task. And this may help you in case you wanna have an online office available from any where in the world.
on 02/26/2010 – Made popular on 02/26/2010
Our office is using a Proxmox Virtual Environment (v. 1.9) to run servers. It is capable of running either OpenVZ templates or full KVM installations.
After an initial attempt and failure to successfully install software for evaluation in an Ubuntu 12.04 server running as an OpenVZ container, I decided to try installing it in a "normal" server installation in VirtualBox on my laptop.
OpenVZ: Mounting Host Devices/Partitions/Directories In A Container With Bind Mounts (Debian/Ubuntu)
Sometimes you are in a situation where you need to mount a hard
drive, partiiton or directory from the OpenVZ host inside an OpenVZ
container - for example, you add a fast SSD to the host and want to put
your container's MySQL databases on it to make MySQL faster.
I have a OpenVZ container running Debian 6 on my server. After every restart of the container I have to manually start the Apache2 web server using its init script. In the error log I can't find any useful information.
For OpenVZ, an implementation of container-based virtualization, it seems that host and all guests are sharing the filesystem cache. This sounds paradoxical when talking about virtualization, but this is actually a feature of OpenVZ.
It makes sense too. Because only one kernel is running, it's possible to benefit from sharing the same pages of filesystem cache in memory.
I talkt with falconindy, because i got the same problem so there is the fix (workaround). I know falconindy don't like override permission by udev, but maybe OpenVZ Container need this. If i had time, maybe i will look deeper in it.Problem was upgrade from udev v182-4 to systemd-tools v184-2, because of removing the following line.