febootstrap - Bootstrapping tool for creating supermin appliances
febootstrap is a tool for building supermin appliances. These are tiny appliances (similar to virtual machines), usually around 100KB in size, which get fully instantiated on-the-fly in a fraction of a second when you need to boot one of them. Note that febootstrap in RHEL 6.3+ builds febootstrap (version 2.11) and febootstrap3 (version 3.21). This is for backwards compatibility with RHEL 6.0, 6.1 and 6.2.
|febootstrap-3.21-4.el6.x86_64 [203 KiB]||
by Richard Jones (2013-08-05):
- Fix directory permissions to include setgid and sticky bits. - Ignore ghost non-regular files. - Fix segfault when -u/-g options missing argument. related: rhbz#958184