[Pdns-users] chroot environtment - how to fix?
norbert at linuxnetworks.de
Wed Jan 21 14:45:16 UTC 2004
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On Wednesday 21 January 2004 15:41, Michiel van Es wrote:
> When I enable the chrooted environment the default is ./
> What is ./ for directory? Is that the /etc/powerdns folder?
> And I got some problems restarting Pdns..I heard that you have to
> copy the /etc/resolv.conf file to the chrooted directory.
> Does anyone have some experience with the newest pdns version
> running in a chrooted environment?
Look at last years mailing list archive (4. quarter I think). There's
a long thread about chroot'ed environments.
IIRC, you need /etc/resolv.conf, /lib/*nss* and possibly a few other
files in /var/run/
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