appendix gives the full source code to
jbchroot.c (Example C-1), which
we introduced and detailed in Chapter 6. This program is a Linux and
Solaris port of the OpenBSD
chroot command. The
code remains released under the included open source BSD license and
is freely distributable. You can also download this file from this
book’s web site at http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/tomcat.
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