Re: chroot question
Anton Piatek <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I posted this on Debian-user list, but thought someone here might have tried
> this already...
> I have a amd64 install of debian with a 32bit chroot for a couple of apps.
> This works great, but I have a question.
> Is it possible to have an application inside the 32bit chroot launch an
> application on my main 64 bit system? (e.g. a photo browsing program in the
> 32bit chroot launching gimp, which is installed in my main 64 bit system).
> I currently launch my 32bit programs with schroot and am hoping I can set
> something to make specific programs outside the chroot available...
> I cannot think of how this can be achieved, so any ideas are welcomed.
mount --bind / /chroot-32/chroot-64/
Then applications inside chroot-32 can just again chroot into
chroot-64 to get back out.