Those images suffer from the fact that I cannot do "vzctl enter 100".
Can anyone try to reproduce that?
On my debian HN, I made a symlink to gentoo.conf.
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(1) Despite the comments in the above bug report, networking scripts
have nothing to do with vzctl enter
(2) vzctl enter uses either /dev/ptmx and mounted /dev/pts, or older
/dev/ttyp* + /dev/ptyp*. Check those devices exist in CT, check that
/dev/pts is mounted.
(3) You can easily fix both from the host system.
For new devices:
# cp -a /dev/ptmx /vz/root/123/dev/
# vzctl exec 123 grep pts /proc/mounts # Check if the mount is there
# vzctl exec 123 mount -t devpts devpts /dev/pts # Mount if necessary
For old devices:
# cp -a /dev/ttyp* /dev/ptyp* /vz/root/123/dev/