Re: duplicate Linux installation

From: mjt (mjtobler_at_removethis_mail.ru)
Date: 02/08/05


Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 21:37:56 +0000

Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
> "Erik T." <et@homeplanet.universe> wrote in message
>>
>>> all this begs the question: why are you wanting to create two additional
>>> "images" of an installation on other partitions?
>>
>> It is for a classroom environment, were several (3) different student
>> groups are being taught the linux principles. To prevent one student from
>> messing up the system for all groups, each group would use it's own
>> dedicated linux partition.
>
> Ahh. Hmm. What you probably want, then, is not quite what you think. You
> need chroot cages for an active system, where the chroot cage has a
> particular deployed implementation of the system.

... might be excessive, but SELinux might be applicable.

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