Finally, official debian Package for OpenVZ Virtualization Software :D The OpenVZ software will be part of the Debian distribution known as "sid" or "unstable," which is where most development work is done.
The OpenVZ project today announced its operating system-level server virtualization software technology is incorporated into Debian GNU/Linux giving users full access to OpenVZ software, which helps increase server utilization rates.
At the same time, the OpenVZ project revised licensing terms for its user-level utilities under the GNU GPL license to comply with the Debian Free Software Guidelines. Also, OpenVZ software now conforms with the LSB/FHS (Linux Standard Base/File Hierarchy Standard).
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