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SubjectRe: chroot() breaks syslog() ?
On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 03:49:48PM +1000, Steven Micallef wrote:
> You're right - my mistake, it doesn't actually work on 2.4.8 either, I think
> I was looking at the wrong thing when I thought it was actually working.
>
> Is it worth considering (optionally) making /dev available to chroot()'ed
> environments, or would that just defeat the whole purpose of chroot()?

Enable devfs, and you can mount devfs anywhere, even in chroots, and it
will propogate things like /dev/log.

Generally chroot environments don't want that though.

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