[PC-BSD Dev] Dev Digest, Vol 41, Issue 4
VaNs9 at yandex.ru
Wed Jun 29 08:11:00 PDT 2011
Yeah, I know about portsjail. The thing I'm talking about is the sort of the one-click run of the app in jail. Especially this will be (possibly) easy to do with pbis. What I mean, is using the pattern described in http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/jails-application.html to dynamically create jails for e.g. some pbi. So, I'll try to give more detailed explanation a bit later. And now, can I use portsjail (say copied somewhere via cpdup, mb) as the world/base? This could be useful to test third-party (and untrusted) pbis, for example.
P.S. If there not enough details for some aspects that I've described, please, don't hesitate to ask :), I'll gladly explain.
> On 05/27/2011 04:25, N V wrote:
>> Hi all.
>> I've had a though about running apps in jails on demand. Desktop apps. The question is: there are the jails mechanism, it's possible to build world to use in jail and there are apps. What to start with to gather all of this together?
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>> Dev at lists.pcbsd.org
> We already have a utility called "ports jail" which is just that, a jail
> with its own buildworld, that you can log into and build desktop ports
> from the FreeBSD ports collection.
> Kris Moore
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