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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
Installing the BZFLAG Server (bzfs) in a ‘sandbox’ or a ‘jail’ on Linux by using the features provided with chroot is an advanced method for setting up a server. It offers additional security for the hosting server. For general information on setting up a server see [[Creating A Server]].
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Installing the BZFLAG Server (bzfs) in a ‘sandbox’ or a ‘jail’ on Linux by using the features provided with chroot is an advanced method for setting up a server. It offers additional security for the hosting server. For general information on setting up a server see [[Creating_A_Server]].
  
 
This method has been tested on Redhat 8 and 9 systems. Other Linux distributions should work in a similar manner.
 
This method has been tested on Redhat 8 and 9 systems. Other Linux distributions should work in a similar manner.

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