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Re: [suse-security] Chrooted services
* Togan Muftuoglu; <toganm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 12 Dec, 2003 wrote:
* Volker Kuhlmann; <hidden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 12 Dec, 2003 wrote:
here are the apps I am planning to run
apache with mod-php mod_perl and mod_ssl
sshd would be cool too...
OK I'll add it to my wish list along with cups. Now here is the approach
I am planning to take
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
case "$1" in
echo -n "Starting web server: $NAME"
mount -t proc proc /var/chroot/apache/proc
The Debian howto has the part which is mounting the proc file system in
the chroot directory of apache. However I have not find another document
that suggests such a mount.
The questions I have are:
1)What do I achieve my mounting "proc" under the chrooted directory ?
2)For what other types of programs mounting the proc under the chrooted
directory is recommended ?
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