Re: Servers inside the chroot
--- Thomas Steffen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On 7/7/05, Zachary Rizer <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Can you run a server process inside the 32bit
> > and access it from other machines?
> Yes, you can. The chroot may have a different file
> system, but it sees
> exactly the same network.
The server doesn't seem to want to run in the chroot,
or if it's running, I can't get to it from outside...
> However, usually you don't have an init process
> running inside of the
> chroot environment, so it is a bit difficult to
> "kick start" the
> server. The best way is to write an init script for
> the normal system,
> that calls chroot on the init script in the chroot
> > I'd like to run the FreeNX server, but it won't
> > in amd64 "mode" because of a missing
> > libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3, which is present in the
> > sid-ia32 chroot.
> Should work. But you have to make sure to mount /tmp
> within your
> chroot (and maybe parts of /var ?), because X11
> usually communicates
> via named pipes on localhost.
The lib in question is in /usr/lib...what about it? I
can't bind mount that.
Thanks for the help!