Re: Chroot bug

From: Alan Cox
Date: Tue Sep 25 2007 - 20:15:28 EST

> Good call. Though I suppose, since it's used 24x7 to aid security on
> countless production servers, that security dwarfs testing. Still,
> debugging, yes that's valid.
> I don't suppose it makes and difference; whatever the purpose, a chroot
> that doesn't change the root is buggy.

It does change the root, it just doesn't guarantee you can't change it
back - which is correct POSIX, Unix, SuS behaviour. So either everyone
else is wrong or you are.. I know who I am betting on
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