> not surprising, as step (4) @ .../handbook/jails-application.html had > me > > rm -R bin boot lib libexec mnt proc rescue sbin sys usr dev <<<<<--
>From jails-application.html -- cd /home/j/skel # rm -R bin boot lib libexec mnt proc rescue sbin sys usr dev -- The root is in /home/j/mroot and nullfs mounted read only to the jail root So if you ran the rm in /j/jTest you did not follow the directions > any suggestions ? Dont do jail-appliations ... use a full world onside the jail Here's a short draft from my playing around with ZFS and 7.0-RC1 http://gugge.dlx.dk/bsd/zfs-jail Notice that I don't use the normal way of buildworld/installworld to populate the jail. I just unpack the distfiles from the CD. But a "make installworld DESTDIR=/jailpath" would do just fine too -- Karsten _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"