Originally Posted by transhour
yeah i know how it works...but only how it works in my mind...there seems to be a problem when it comes from my mind to the keyboard when i try to explain it...as there is so much you can do with it
Oh that was good, I'm pretty sure you knew what you were talking about.
Originally Posted by Rookie1337
@transhour & mushroomboy: So that sounds like really complicated things with a massive chance to screw something up. You guys would recommend SeLinux and AppArmour first for a newbie right?
Naw, it's not easy. Basically follow that link I gave you (I'll post it again) and do everything! you can change it to a 64bit environment if you want by doing setting the --arch to "--arch amd64" I believe? Removing it might even set it to a 64bit chroot environment. not sure. The only down side is that it will use up a couple gigs, as it is an entire system that's being put in the folder.
 Word of warning, if you want to remove the chroot you MUST unmount the folders before removing. It's because when you delete a mounted folder it deletes the mount contents regardless if it's mounted elsewhere (/home ect...) and can (will) cause sever problems. I only lost my /home stuff which didn't make me angry, I did find it out the hard way though.
That was years ago, when I first dove into linux hardcore at the start of the 64bit era.Edited by mushroomboy - 5/2/11 at 11:25pm