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SubjectRe: Is determining the virtual hostname for a process possible?
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Followup to:  <Pine.LNX.3.91.960604212038.8443K-100000@tsb.weschke.com>
By author: "B.J. Weschke" <beej@inet-images.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Clients should realize this when they pay a virtual domain price versus
> their own machine price. What you want to do is possible, but it would
> take a good amount of hacking to the current in.telnetd, login, and
> shadow suite system. The gist of it would be that each domain would use a
> different passwd and group file, but the problem is while you would be
> able to duplicate logical names this way, uid's and gid's could not be
> duplicated.
>

Hack in.telnetd, then you can do the rest with chroot(). As you say,
though, uid/gid's must not be duplicated.

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