chroot is a command on UNIX-like systems which runs a process under a different root directory.

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changed password is not updated for chroot-ed environment

I have a RHEL box or development. I changed my user and root passwords on it and I can see the change in effect. However, I have a chroot environment on this box and the changed passwords do not work ...
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Normal permissions for running mysql

I'm trying to run mysqld inside chroot environment. Herez the situation. When I run mysqld as root, I can connect to my databases. But when I run mysql using init.d scripts, mysql gives me an error. ...
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Keeping users inside their home directory

I have a fresh install of CentOS and I'm currently setting up users. Their home directories reside within /home/username/ and I want to make it so that they cannot ls or cd outside that area when ...