Wow Jeff, that would be excellent.
I'm sure you hear this all the time, but your work is great!


Jeff Dike wrote: said:
Is there any clever way to reset the root password for users, aside
from  deleting the cow? "linux single" is fine, but aside from that? 

I'm finishing up a new hostfs-like filesystem which I want to become the
preferred mechanism to boot UMLs because of its ability to mmap data from
the host, eliminating duplicate copies of file data in memory.

A side-effect of this is that UML filesystems will become visible on the
host, so password changing would be a matter of chrooting to the filesystem
and running passwd.

Currently, there is no COW functionality, but I plan to add file-level COWing
with block-level COWing possibly following later.


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