Home Jail Folder Structure like Gobolinux Directory Structure
Some time ago (about 2 months) I was searching in google informations about chroot tutorials, and I came across with a page that had a litle program that creates a chroot jail in home directory and all programs and files are installed under a single directory (just like windows file system).
The problem is that I've lost that page link and I can't even remember the name of the that program.
I've already made inumerous searches in google, hoping to came across to that page link, but there's no way to find it :( :(
The only thing that I find is Gobolinux, but I'm sure that wasn´t nothing related to gobolinux.
It was a package/script to install under ubuntu (or other distribution) that would create a jail in home directory and when i wanted to compile a program from source, all the files were placed under a unique folder (just like gobolinux way).
Does anybody know anything about this?
Could you give a help trying to find this package/script???
(maybe my search string in google were something related to chroot+jail+server, because the idea was to let users to install/compile programs under a home jail SERVER folder).
HELP ME PLEASE.
Thanks bigrigdriver, but it isn't that.
But I think that it was about creating a jail in home folder and them all the files of a program installed inside that jail were saved under one single directory (just like windows), with some symbolic links to some libraries of course.
I will try to search for that.
Thanks in advance for all your help.
Just passing here to tell you that I've found it. Well, somebody found it and told me.
smartboyathome (in ubuntuforum) just pointed me to the right direction.
It's a script developed by Gobolinux people. The name of the script is Rootless, and you can find it HERE.
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