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 Running BIND9 in a chroot cage using NetBSD 1.6.2

With NetBSD 1.6.2, the named user exists and chroot environment is almost completely setup for us. Now, we must add a couple of files. In the chroot cage, the named user will need access to the device files null and random. As the parameters passed to `mknod' for some devices have changed over time, view /dev/MAKEDEV to find the correct major and minor device number.
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 (Submitted by Tim Roden Tue Apr 6, 2004 )

  


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