[Mageia-dev] starting openssh inside a chroot, as per mageia wiki

Guillaume Rousse guillomovitch at gmail.com
Thu Dec 27 11:55:09 CET 2012

Le 27/12/2012 11:29, Pascal Terjan a écrit :
>> It seems like the systemd way of starting would be:
>> systemctl start openssh.service
>> But, then produces an error:
>> [root at localhost /]# systemctl start openssh.service
>> Running in chroot, ignoring request.
>> So,  Any thoughts on what is the recommended way, and I'll be happy to
>> update the wiki to reflect this.
> Last time I tried, I gave up after various attempts and now went back
> to the basics: running "sshd" and killing it to stop it.
> Maybe I'll fetch some old initscript.
I guess using a specific unit file, using builtin systemd chroot 
support, should help. See 
http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/changing-roots for details.

BOFH excuse #346:

Your/our computer(s) had suffered a memory leak, and we are waiting for 
them to be topped up.

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