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    ok, found a solution for it:

    In order to have these tricks persist, to survive a system reboot, the /etc/fstab (or /etc/vfstab) file may need to have these mounts added. Consult your local fstab(5) (or vfstab(4) for Solaris) man pages for more information.

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    1. try man chroot. This will give your users their home directory

    2. Use the automounter. or put your mount in /etc/fstab

    service autofs start
    vi /etc/auto.master
    "magic directory" "/misc" --timeout=60

    vi /etc/auto.misc
    linux /mount_point ftp:blahh

    service autofs restart; chkconfig autofs on

    vi /etc/fstab
    mount_device mount_dir filesys_type defaults 0 0
    :wq

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