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NAME

       arkose — Desktop application sandboxing (command line tool)

SYNOPSIS

       arkose [OPTION]... [COMMAND]

       usage: arkose [--help] [-h] [-p] [-d {none,system,session,both}]

              [-n {none,direct,filtered}] [-s SIZE] [-t {ext4,tmpfs}] [-x {none,isolated,direct}]
              [--root ROOT] [--root-type {cow,bind}] [--base-path PATH] [--bind BIND] [--cow COW]
              [--restrict RESTRICT] [--device DEVICE] [CMD [CMD ...]]

       arkose is a set of tool to make sandboxing desktop application easy.

       It basically lets you start any installed binary in a configurable container.

OPTIONS

   positional arguments:
       CMD    Run specific command in container (command as argument)

   optional arguments:
       --help

       -h, --home
              Use real home directory (same as --bind $HOME)

       -p, --pulseaudio
              Allow access to pulseaudio

       -d {none,system,session,both}, --dbus {none,system,session,both}
              DBUS access restriction (default: both)

       -n {none,direct,filtered}, --network {none,direct,filtered}
              Network access restriction (default: direct)

       -s SIZE, --size SIZE
              Storage size in MB (default: 2000 on ext4, 50% of RAM on tmpfs)

       -t {ext4,tmpfs}, --type {ext4,tmpfs}
              Storage type. (default: ext4)

       -x {none,isolated,direct}, --xserver {none,isolated,direct}
              Xserver access restriction (default: direct)

       --root ROOT
              Path to use as root for the container (default: /)

       --root-type {cow,bind}
              Type of root device mount (default: cow)

       --base-path PATH
              Where to store the container (default: ~/.arkose)

AVAILABILITY

       arkose  is part of the arkose package and the latest versions are available in source form
       from https://launchpad.net/arkose.

MAN PAGE AUTHOR

       Copyright 2011 Stephane Graber <stgraber@ubuntu.com>, distributed under the terms  of  the
       GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.