[SunHELP] configuring chroot on solaris
adh at an.bradford.ma.us
Tue Aug 3 16:17:32 CDT 2004
" From: Gary.Siao at bmo.com
" can anyone help me on how to configure chroot on solaris ??? .. any help
" would be greatly appreciated....
you mean chrooted login? from login(1):
If the login-shell field in the password file (see
passwd(4)) is empty, then the default command interpreter,
/usr/bin/sh, is used. If this field is * (asterisk), then
the named directory becomes the root directory. At that
point, login is re-executed at the new level, which must
have its own root structure.
i assume the 'named dir' is otherwise the homedir. you need some
minimal set of libs and such in the chrooted home. don't the faqs
at sunhelp.org help?
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