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Hi,

How would I allow GCC, Rsync and Git in a Cagefs Shell?

Do I just create the cfg files in /etc/cagefs/conf.d/ folder and then remount the cagefs mounts?

I tried it but still get a issue with it not finding rsync and secondly giving me a permission denied error when running cagefs.

If I take the user out of cagefs then it all works fine.

Any ideaS?
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  1. 21.05.2014 00:05:21
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Cuboc Adrian Accepted Answer
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check /etc/cagefs/conf.d/devel.cfg mine have /usr/bin/gcc in it, make sure you have installed gcc
  1. 21.05.2014 02:05:14
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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If gcc rsync and git were installed by packages then the easiest way is to add them to CageFS using \'addrpm\' key, for example:

cagefsctl --addrpm rsync
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