Re: questions about chrooting bind 8.3.3
- To: Sean McAvoy <email@example.com>
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: questions about chrooting bind 8.3.3
- From: "J.J. van Gorkum" <email@example.com>
- Date: 30 Oct 2002 21:53:50 +0100
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On Wed, 2002-10-30 at 18:40, Sean McAvoy wrote:
> Bind has the built in ability to chroot itself (-t). then all that needs
> to be done is altering the bind init script(/etc/init.d/bind), which
> contains the OPTS variable. Add '-u [username] -t [chroot_dir]' into
> that variable and you should be ok. I've done this with Bind 8, and now
> upgraded them to 9.
You are missing the point here, if I do it the way bind tells me in the
man pages bind is NOT using the libraries inside the chroot environment.
That is wat I try to proove with the lsmod command...
J.J. van Gorkum Knowledge Zone
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