[nSLUG] Using chroot to modify mounted "guest" OSes (Was: lost user access in most distros)

rejean chamberland laudire2you at yahoo.ca
Wed Sep 20 10:34:29 ADT 2006


Thank you so very much Ben. Believe it or not I think I understand what you are saying. Anyway not only did I saved you mini-tutorial ( very well written by the way ) but I will definitely print it.

Ben Armstrong <synrg at sanctuary.nslug.ns.ca> wrote: Ben Armstrong wrote:
> Take care to remember when you're in and when you're out of a chroot
> shell, since if you forget, you can make mistakes that will damage on or
> the other systems (or at least cause you a great deal of confusion later
> -- trust me, I know this from experience :)
>   
Oops, s/on or/one of/

Ben



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