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(2)
LinuX Containers userspace utilities
Linux Containers - development files
Linux Containers - shared library
Linux Containers - utilities
Linux Containers git version
Linux Containers, without cgmanager and non-FSDG compliant distros support and with OpenRC support
Linux Resource Containers(2)
Operating system-level virtualization for Linux
System container manager - client
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