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On Wed, Nov 09, 2005 at 09:19:38PM +0200, unaos wrote:
> > Hmm.. any good guides or pointers to get Apache, MySQL, Postfix,
> > Courier-imap, rsyncd, ventrilo, cs-server, zope and so on to run in
> recommends mod_chroot for Apache.
I have tried using mod_chroot just earlier today, but ran into trouble
because I use mod_auth_pam, which of course does not work correctly
inside a chrooted env. I am thinking about going all out and putting my
users in an LDAP directory, which would make it possible to put Apache
and other services in chroots since auth etc. would consist of
connecting to the LDAP daemon and not of asking PAM to look into
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