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SubjectRe: Using proc in chroot environments
Hi ;),

> I'm using a chroot environment on my main disk as a 'crash test
> dummy', and I need to access the proc filesystem inside it. Since
> hard links are not allowed for directories, the only solution I can
> think of is to mount proc inside the chroot environment just after
> chrooting. This works, I've tested, but I have two problems:

Have you tried the --bind mount option? It's great to solve this kind
of problem, accesing to a directory within a chrooted enviroment. I've
used it successly with a ftp server ;).

David Gómez

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whether submarines can swim." -- Edsger W. Dijkstra
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