Using Linux Chroot Environments


Jack Wallen shows how to manage chroot environments on Linux.

Chroot environments create isolation for testing purposes, says Jack Wallen, so “you can be certain whatever application you’re testing won’t have access to the system environment, keeping you safe from any adverse effects from the app.”

In this article, Wallen shows how to use the Atoms app to easily set up and use chroot environments.

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