read & modify files out side chroot jail
Hello, I set up chroot jail, the jailed user need to read and modify some files on the real system, for example lets say he need to edit /etc/hosts.
I was thinking of useing symbolic link "ln -s", but it doesnt work.
Theory is when you know all and nothing works.
Practice is when all works and nobody knows why.
In this case we have put together theory and practice: nothing works... and nobody knows why!
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