[arch-general] Linux container

arnaud gaboury arnaud.gaboury at gmail.com
Wed Feb 12 12:44:11 EST 2014

> That means is that you need to make sure that the users on the host and the
> guest machine should have the same UID (usernumber) and GID(GroupNumber).
> The point is that you now have 2 "computers" that can access the same data.
> If you set access to certain files using different usernames, but identical
> (numeric) UID's, the "wrong" people could be able to access those files.
> Other then what one would think based on the displayed user- and
> groupnames.
> It would also make troubleshooting trickier.
> If you can keep the used numbers in sync between both installations, then
> every user/group permission means the same in both environments.
> mvg, Guus

TY Guus for your answer. I think I understand the overall principle.
The trick is I have no idea how setup all this stuff in a concrete
manner. A basic example would help me.

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