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Extend documentation by including addition of needed folders for chroot. Fixes #3

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Janek Bevendorff 8 years ago
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@ -41,7 +41,11 @@ The optional third parameter specifies the path to the SSH public key file which
**TIP:** If you don't remember the parameters for all these commands, simply run them without any and you'll get simple usage instructions.
#### Making the chroot work
rs-backup-suite can chroot backup users into the backup home base directory. For this to work you need to add the following to your `/etc/fstab` and run `mount -a` afterwards:
rs-backup-suite can chroot backup users into the backup home base directory. For this to work you need to add a few folders to your `/bkp` directory:
mkdir -p "/bkp/"{"bin","lib","usr/bin","usr/lib","usr/local/bin","/usr/share/perl5","dev"}
Then also add the following to your `/etc/fstab` and run `mount -a` afterwards:
# Chroot
/bin /bkp/bin none bind 0 0
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/usr/share/perl5 /bkp/usr/share/perl5 none bind 0 0
/dev /bkp/dev none bind 0 0
**NOTE:** In Ubuntu the perl modules are located at `/usr/share/perl`.
**NOTE:** In Ubuntu the Perl modules are located at `/usr/share/perl` instead of `/usr/share/perl5`. Change that accordingly when adding the directories to `/bkp` and creating the mount points.
On a 64-bit system you may need to add this to your `/etc/fstab`:

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