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Re: running services in their own little world
From: hanasaki (hanasakihanaden.com)
Date: Sat Jul 24 2004 - 11:43:39 CDT
The idea is to run bind, http and other servers in a jail. I am just
getting started and know little about it, for now. I was hoping that
there were Debian packages that already provided the jail(s) to run
these services in.
Steve Suehring wrote:
> *All* services in /etc/init.d? Do you mean /etc/inetd.conf services?
> Could you narrow down the services that you'd like to chroot? Some
> services are fairly trivial to chroot while others are more involved and
> require some thought before dumping into a chroot.
> You might have a look at makejail to see if it provides any value for
> On Fri, Jul 23, 2004 at 07:09:01PM -0500, hanasaki wrote:
>>Any package in Debian that will automatically run all /etc/init.d based
>>deamons in jail / chroot?
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