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Old 12-06-2016, 05:58 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Jjanel View Post
You'd *LOVE* this book, guaranteed! 3.4.8: mknod; 4.5 'internals' of fs; 2.17.2 links
How.Linux.Works.What.Every.Superuser.Should.Know.2nd.Edition.PDF
(but I can find where I got it from; I guess you could read it on Amazon)
But it doesn't mention chroot p.s. a fascinating Google: chroot "hard link"
torrent

How Linux Works - What Every Superuser Should Know, Brian Ward, 2014.pdf

Thanks gives me a reason to use my pdf viewer ..
 
  


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