Resources for “Running Network Services under User-Mode Linux, Part I”

User-Mode Linux skas Page: user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/skas.html

User-Mode Linux Home Page: user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net

Blaisorblade's UML Page, Home of the skas Patch: www.user-mode-linux.org/~blaisorblade

Manoj Srivastava's SELinux on UML How-To, which includes useful setup instructions even if you don't want to use SELinux: www.golden-gryphon.com/software/security/selinux-uml.xhtml

The User-Mode Linux Wiki, containing many useful how-tos and links: uml.harlowhill.com/index.php/HomePage

User-Mode Linux HOWTO, Section 2.2: user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/UserModeLinux-HOWTO-2.html#ss2.2

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Links www.user-mode-linux.org/~blaisorblade and uml.harlowhill.com/index.php/HomePage don't work.

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Try again, they both worked for me.

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