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15. Help and References

Linux-VServer is a Community Project. This means that all development and documentation is done with and by the community, and let me say it's a good and friendly community.

Most Documentation for Linux-VServer is available on the web site http://linux-vserver.org, which is a Wiki, so you can add your stuff there and improve the site this way.

There is also an IRC channel on irc.oftc.net called #vserver, where you always will receive a warm welcome ...

[U1] QEMU CPU Emulator
[U2] Bochs IA-32 Emulator
[U3] User-mode Linux Kernel
[U4] The Xen virtual machine monitor
[U5] POSIX.1e Reference
[U7] poink tool

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