Builds and maintains chrooted environments
Jailer is a simple script to help system administrators
to create and maintain chrooted (that is, jailed) environments.
It uses a simple configuration file which can be used to
describe the location of configuration files, Debian packages
and files or directories used to build the chroot environment.
This little script aims to help sysadmins to create and maintain chrooted environments.
How to use?
The script reads the configuration from a file, which must be specified in the command-line. In the config file you can list all of your chrooted environments, eg. jails. The script parses the config file and than generates or regenerates the jail. An option is to specify a jail to generate on com
jailer for Debian
The current Debian package will not automatically jail any program.
The configuration file provides sections for some common packages but
they have not yet been tested.
Submissions for proposed configurations for common packages
(such as bind, or apache) should be sent as a
wish-list bug against the package.
Configuration files for daemons should be used
Initial version released under the GPL
jailer.conf - co
jailer - jaile
updatejail - i
jailer (0.4-15) unstable; urgency=low
* Improvements to the updatejail script based on patch prov
2001-09-16 Balazs Scheidler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* removed automatic jailing, it's done in zo
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