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SubjectRe: mounting a fs in two places at once?
Chris Wedgwood wrote:

>On Mon, Jun 25, 2001 at 02:20:16AM -0700, Ben Ford wrote:
>
>>Feature. It actually makes it quite nice when you want to allow
>>chrooted user(s) access to a common directory, you just mount a
>>partition in all the users home dirs.
>>
>
>For security, this can be a bad idea.
>

'tis very true.

I have been using this for FTP users, such as allowing a common /mp3
download directory relative to each users jail. That is what I was
referring to, should have been more specific.

-b

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