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Re: [suse-security] Chrooted services
> 1) Create /etc/sysconfig/chroot.d directory and store configuration
> files for services to be chrooted.
Please no, only one config file in /etc, copy that if needed. On SuSE
8.2 several services run chrooted already on demand, e.g. postfix and
named, and SuSEconfig/rcservice maintain the chroot env automatically.
Have a look at their mechanisms first, they seem pretty good.
> 2) Create chroot-maker file which will basically read the
> /etc/sysconfig/chroot.d/FILENAME and create the chrooted environment
If chroot.d/FILENAME contains a list of files needed in the chroot env
for each service, that would be a good general approach.
The tricky bit is to work out which files are needed. I tried with jail
and sshd once but couldn't get it working.
> 3)Modify the /etc/init.d/SERVICE file to include the chroot setup
> so I do not have to worry about if I need to prepare the chroot
> environment or not
> I think this is better then the unsubscribe thread :-)
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