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> Absolute paths in that kind of thing are _wrong_. You know where the things
> are on your fs. You don't know if anything else will be visible, let alone
> whether it will be at the same place in all chroots or namespaces. And no,
> you _can't_ make sure that fs is visible only in one place. No fs can or
> has any business even trying.
What I don't understand here is why we need the hacks when we already
support sufficient mount magic to give each login session its own
private /tmp ?
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