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setting up a virtual drive with confined access rights

You may limit existing partitions to read only or no-read access by creating an own virtual drive with confined access rights mirroring the original. This can f.i. be used by a virtual machine to safely boot into one or more operating systems that reside on the same disk as your host operating system. Documentation tells you how to use that with qemu or qemu-kvm.

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SHA512SUMS.signed 6.79 KB over 1 year ago Download File
confinedrv-doc-2016-08-23.tar.gz 91.5 KB over 1 year ago Download File
confinedrv-v1.7.7 51.6 KB over 1 year ago Download File
confinedrv.8.gz-v1.7.7 3.47 KB over 1 year ago Download File
confinedrv.changes 1.83 KB over 1 year ago Download File
confinedrv.dsc 187 Bytes over 1 year ago Download File
confinedrv.spec 3.5 KB over 1 year ago Download File
debexport 2.57 KB over 1 year ago Download File
debian.changelog 2.43 KB over 1 year ago Download File
debian.compat 2 Bytes over 4 years ago Download File
debian.control 905 Bytes over 1 year ago Download File
debian.rules 2.28 KB over 1 year ago Download File
debian.watch 593 Bytes over 1 year ago Download File
estellnb.pubkey.asc 4.16 KB over 1 year ago Download File
format 4 Bytes over 4 years ago Download File
watch-and-fetch 4.01 KB over 1 year ago Download File

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