Manual Page Search Parameters

XBPS-UUNSHARE(1) General Commands Manual XBPS-UUNSHARE(1)

xbps-uunshare
XBPS utility to chroot and bind mount with Linux user namespaces

xbps-uunshare [
OPTIONS
] CHROOTDIR COMMAND [
ARGS
]

The xbps-uunshare utility allows users to chroot and bind mount required pseudo-filesystems (/dev, /proc and /sys) in the target CHROOTDIR to execute COMMAND.
The xbps-uunshare utility uses by default Linux namespaces to isolate IPC, PIDs and mounts to the calling process. Thanks to user_namespaces(7) the user does not need any privilege to create an isolated lightweight container.

 
 
src:dest
Bind mounts src into CHROOTDIR/dest. This option may be specified multiple times. Please note that both src and dest must be absolute paths and must exist.

The xbps-uunshare utility uses Linux specific features (namespaces) and it's not meant to be portable to other Operating Systems. The following kernel options must be enabled:
CONFIG_NAMESPACES
 
CONFIG_IPC_NS
 
CONFIG_USER_NS
 
CONFIG_UTS_NS
 

xbps-checkvers(1), xbps-create(1), xbps-dgraph(1), xbps-fbulk(1), xbps-install(1), xbps-pkgdb(1), xbps-query(1), xbps-reconfigure(1), xbps-rindex(1), xbps-uchroot(1), xbps.d(5)

Juan Romero Pardines <xtraeme@gmail.com>

Probably, but I try to make this not happen. Use it under your own responsibility and enjoy your life.
Report bugs at https://github.com/voidlinux/xbps/issues
October 28, 2015