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mod_jail

mod_jail is an Apache module that supports 1.3.x and 2.x branches. It is similar to mod_chroot, but uses FreeBSD's specific system call "jail", which is more secure than chroot. Thus, it is intended to run on FreeBSD only. This module allows you to run Apache in a secure jail easily, without creating a real jail environment containing a copy of /lib, /libexec, /usr/lib, etc. Also, it is able to change the securelevel within a created jail prison.

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  •  15 Feb 2012 07:57

    Release Notes: There are no changes in the source code since 2.2.21.

    •  03 Oct 2011 19:17

      Release Notes: There are no changes in the source code since 2.2.20.

      •  12 Sep 2011 20:22

        Release Notes: There are no changes in the source code since 2.2.19.

        •  23 May 2011 18:10

          Release Notes: There is minor change that makes the patch applicable to Apache 2.2.19.

          •  02 Apr 2011 21:57

            Release Notes: A typographical error in Apache 2.xx code was fixed.

            Recent comments

            26 Sep 2010 14:51 CHrootakk

            Hello, do you plan any update to freebsd ports with latest version(2.2.16)? Also install instructions are little outdated.

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