Index of /pub/rpm.hozac.com/dhozac/fedora/4/vserver

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[PARENTDIR]Parent Directory  -  
[TXT]README.html2005-12-04 17:03 575  
[DIR]SRPMS/2006-10-26 20:38 -  
[   ]dhozac-vserver.repo2006-06-07 02:02 296  
[DIR]i386/2006-10-26 20:39 -  
[DIR]x86_64/2006-10-26 20:40 -  

To use this repository, simply drop dhozac-vserver.repo into /etc/yum.repos.d, and remove the enabled=0 line from it.
After installing the repository, getting a complete Linux-VServer host is as simple as
yum install linux-vserver util-vserver{,-core,-sysv,-lib,-build}

I would also suggest adding exclude=kernel to /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-updates.repo, so new kernels from Fedora Core don't get installed and take precedence over your Linux-VServer kernels.