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From: Nuitari <nuitari@...>
Subject: Re: linux32 or chroot
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005 11:49:05 -0500 (EST)
> in my 32-bit chroot, I've created symlinks from the main /home/ for all the 
> users directories to point into the 32-bit chroot, I also bound /tmp (mount 
> -bind) into the 32-bit chroot, as well as the root home directory /root. This 
> gives me the advantage of switching in and out of the chroot, while still 
> giving the illusion that I'm in the same home directory and same /tmp - and X 
> clients that use unix pipes to communicate to the X server still work as 
> well.

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.

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