@ -50,12 +50,12 @@ The optional third parameter specifies the path to the SSH public key file which
rs-backup-suite can chroot backup users into the backup home base directory. For this to work you need to create a few bind mounts. The install script already created the respective lines in your `/etc/fstab` for you. If you don't need any special configuration on your system, all you need to do is to uncomment everything between the `BEGIN` and `END` lines (do NOT change these two lines, though):
The necessary mounts may differ from system to system. For instance, Ubuntu needs `/usr/share/perl` instead of `/usr/share/perl5`. Synology DSM doesn't need `/usr/share/*` at all, but requires `/opt/bin`, `/opt/lib` and `/opt/libexec`. But in most cases you don't need to worry about that since the install script tries to make the correct decisions for you.
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If you want to run your backups in a chroot environment please note that `/etc/fstab` will be reset to its defaults when rebooting the disk station. To avoid configuration loss, no mount directives are added to `/etc/fstab` by the install script. Instead the following entries are added to `/etc/rc` (which won't be overwritten upon reboot):