I'm using openoffice under chroot. Two problems still remain - printing (I need to install printing under chroot also I think ???) and opening files mounted using samba.
The samba shares are mounted using a script on user login. These are visible under /home/username/smb-share
The home dirs are mounted under chroot via fstab as follows (from the superb debian-amd64 howto):
/home /var/chroot/sarge-ia32/home none bind 0 0
problem is that I can't see the mounted share under the above. The directory the share is mounted on is empty when looking at it via chroot. So I can't open (or save) any files from the mounted samba share using any programs running under chroot (in this case, openoffice).
Do I need to install samba under chroot also and have a separate mount for chroot as well?? And would this even work since I would be mounting at the same point its already mounted on under normal 64 operation???
I'm a little stumped here.
Perhaps I'm missing an option somewhere???
Any suggestions would be appreciated.