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       jk_cp - a utility to copy files including permissions and libraries into a jail


       jk_cp -j jail source

       jk_cp -v -k -f -j jail source


       jk_cp will copy any file into a jail on the identical location, with identical permissions
       and (if required) including any required  libraries.  It  will  remove  any  set  user  id
       (setuid) or set group id (setgid) permissions from all files and directories copied.


       jk_cp -j /home/testchroot /usr/bin/cvs

       will  copy  /usr/bin/cvs  to  /home/testchroot/usr/bin/cvs, and it will copy the libraries
       used by cvs also to the jail.

       jk_cp -k -j /svr/testjail /usr/bin/firefox /usr/share/firefox

       will hardlink /usr/bin/firefox and all files in /usr/share/firefox into jail /svr/testjail


       -j --jail
              The destination jail. If no jail is specified, the first argument is used  as  jail
              for backwards compatibility

       -f --force
              Force overwriting of existing files

       -k --hardlink
              Try  to  create  hardlinks  instead of copying the files. If linking fails it falls
              back to copying.

       -o --owner
              Retains the file ownership and group when copying files and directories.

       -v --verbose
              Will give verbose output

       -h --help
              The help screen


       jailkit(8)  jk_check(8)  jk_chrootlaunch(8)   jk_chrootsh(8)   jk_init(8)   jk_jailuser(8)
       jk_list(8)   jk_lsh(8)   jk_procmailwrapper(8)  jk_socketd(8)  jk_uchroot(8)  jk_update(8)



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