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From: Billy Holmes <billy@...>
Subject: Re: linux32 or chroot
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 12:02:05 -0500
Nuitari wrote:
> I'd much prefer to keep the actual /home data outside of the chroot.
> You could mount -bind the /home into the chroot like you do with /tmp.

yes, this was probably the smartest way to do it, however, I had already 
sliced up my partitions and /home had the largest available. This was 
before I found the wonders of lvm2...

I could always change the default to something else that was more widely 
accepted.
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