LinuxFocus.org: Chrooting All Services in LinuxFeb 08, 2002, 14:57 (9 Talkback[s])
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"What is chroot? Chroot basically redefines the universe for a program. More accurately, it redefines the "ROOT" directory or "/" for a program or login session. Basically, everything outside of the directory you use chroot on doesn't exist as far a program or shell is concerned.
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