All about pseudo, Part 1, Being root without being root

Pseudo make me a file system

From the developerWorks archives

Peter Seebach

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: May 10, 2011

The pseudo project provides the ability for non-root users to run software installations that might otherwise require root privileges, without actually endangering the stability of the host system. This article, first in a series, introduces the pseudo project and the reasons it exists.

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