Ben Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > In this environment, the chmod() will fail, and this is causing my
> > `apt-get install ssh' to fail.
> Could bindfs mounts better handle this for you? I've used it extensively
> on chroot environments.
You mean `mount --bind'? No, definitely not. `root' still needs to be
able to replace the files, and it is not acceptable for one vserver to be
able to alter another vserver's files in any way.
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