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New release paves the way for OpenVZ on Ubuntu

Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier comments that the update opens the door to providing OpenVZ under Ubuntu, since Ubuntu's upcoming Feisty release uses the 2.6.20 kernel.
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OpenVZ is the open source component of SWsoft's Virtuozzo, a virtualization solution that can partition servers into dozens or even hundreds of virtual environments (VE). The OpenVZ team released an update today to make OpenVZ compatible with the 2.6.20 release of the Linux kernel, which may allow OpenVZ to work with Ubuntu Feisty, due to be released next month.

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