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On 12/19/05, Billy Holmes <billy@...> wrote:
> Mark Knecht wrote:
> > The tmp directories do seem to be shared at the moment. In 64-bit the
> > results are below. I'm not sure how to check this in the 32-bit area
> > but the presumption is that it's /tmp inside that environment.
> ah.. try sharing your /home as well:
> mount --bind /home /mnt/gentoo32/home
> if you can. That's how mine is setup. it could be an ~/.Xauthority issue...
> firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list
OK, but before I do that I still have not created users in the
chroot'ed environment. Should I do that before I share the /home? I
know you Linux gurus totally get this stuff but I worry about creating
a user killing an existing setup or something like that. Also, do I
need to make sure user IDs, groups, passwords are consistent between
the two environments?
None of this was covered by the chroot howto so I've been going very slowly.
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