LXC (Linux Containers) is a distribution and management-neutral container technology for virtualization at the operating-system level. LXC is the low-level basis, provides language bindings, and widely supported tools. The stack utilizes kernel namespace isolation and cgroups to provide OS views with self-contained process trees, network settings, filesystems and distinct user ids. It's used similarly to OpenVZ or Linux-vServers, even can be used as execution driver within Docker; but requires no additionally patched kernel.
LXC is a userspace interface for the Linux kernel containment features
LinuX Containers userspace utilities
Linux Containers git version
Linux Containers, application oriented virtualization engine core
Linux Containers, without cgmanager and non-FSDG compliant distros support and with OpenRC support
Linux Resource Containers(2)
Linux container tools
Userspace control package for Linux Containers
Userspace control package for Linux Containers (development files)
Userspace control package for Linux Containers development files.
Userspace control package for Linux Containers.
Userspace interface for the Linux kernel containment features
Userspace tools for Linux Containers, a lightweight virtualization system
Userspace tools for Linux kernel containers
Userspace tools for the Linux kernel containers
container namespace cgroup virtualisation for linux guests