Hi I have a service that should run under user systemd instance. It needs access to directory outside of it's usual paths and does not follow symlinks, so I figured that `mount --bind` might be a way to go.
However, I can't make BindPaths= directive work in user service file. It seems that directive is simply ignored. I can reproduce the issue using systemd-run: $ systemd-run -qt -p BindReadOnlyPaths=/run/user/1000/:/tmp/bindmount/ /bin/ls -a /tmp/bindmount/ . bus dconf gvfs klauncherJ21213.1.slave-socket ksocket-user pulse systemd .. dbus-1 gnupg kdeinit5__0 KSMserver__0 kwallet5.socket rsnapshot $ systemd-run -qt --user -p BindReadOnlyPaths=/run/user/1000/:/tmp/bindmount/ /bin/ls -a /tmp/bindmount/ . .. Is this by design? I don't see any mention of this limitation in man entries for systemd.mount and for systemd.exec. If using BindPaths in user service file is not an option, can I somehow make system service run automatically when this user service is started? Thanks in advance, Mirosław Zalewski _______________________________________________ systemd-devel mailing list email@example.com https://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel