On Wed, 13 Feb 2008, Daniel Shaw wrote:
> No. Not always. That's the whole point of chrooting in the first
> place isn't it?
Root can chroot out of a chroot, by design, using chroot(".."). I.e.
an administrator using chroot(1) to chroot a privileged process is
It could be useful if the privileged process /itself/ does the chroot
(with the resulting chrooted process(es) not having access to root
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