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Date:	Mon, 1 Jun 2015 03:39:45 +0200
From:	"U.Mutlu" <>
Subject: Linux unshare -m for per-process private filesystem mount points

I just found a cool linux feature which helps me to create private mounts
where no other user or process can see or access it:
by using linux namespaces with the tool "unshare" from the pkg linux-utils.

It allows, besides other things, per-process private filesystem mount points.
It also works with truecrypt-mounts.

Here's a good basic demo of the idea:

See also: man unshare, man 2 unshare


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