I am sure I saw how to do this on a webpage around the intergoogle somewhere. But Is it possible to have your system setup so when you create a user on your machine they log into their own LXC container?


You could set this up by setting the user's shell to chroot into the LXC container using the tools provided by LXC.

  • thanks for the answer, but could you provide just a wee bit more details. Or an example would be even better – user132151 Mar 7 '13 at 2:17
  • Please be more specific: lxc-attach, lxc-console, lxc-execute or something different? – Daniel Alder May 18 '15 at 9:06

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