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mod_jail makes running Apache 1.3 in a secure FreeBSD jail prison easy. mod_jail is also able to change the securelevel within a c
mod_jail makes running Apache 1.3 in a secure FreeBSD jail prison easy.
mod_jail is also able to change the securelevel within a created jail prison.
make install (as root)
Edit apache config, you may use httpd.conf.add as example, make shure that mod_jail.so is first after ClearModuleList.
LoadModule jail_module libexec/apache/mod_jail.so
< IfModule mod_jail.c >
< /IfModule >
All parameters must be set.
Make it all working:
Just restart apache:
apachectl stop; apachectl start
So, it should work now. If verion of your FreeBSD is >= 5.1, you can see jail by jls command:
JID IP Address Hostname Path
50 192.168.0.1 www.localhost.net /usr/local/www
This module is tested to compile and work on FreeBSD 6.0 and 6.1. I expect it to work on any FreeBSD > 4.0
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