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Old 08-12-2004, 05:22 PM   #1
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Kernel Panic (/usr/sbin/chroot) after chrooting some users.


I've jailed some users in their home dir /home/hosting/user and that was working great.

But after a reboot I get this message on init :

Ext3-fs : mounted filesystem with ordered data mode
/usr/sbin/chroot : can not change root directory to /home/hosting : No such file or directory.

Kernel Panic : Attempted to kill init
I don't understand why it is trying to chroot the root dir ...


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