singularity config fakeroot

Manage fakeroot user mappings entries (root user only)

Synopsis

The config fakeroot command allow a root user to add/remove/enable/disable fakeroot user mappings.
singularity config fakeroot <option> <user>

Examples

To add a fakeroot user mapping for vagrant user:
$ singularity config fakeroot --add vagrant

To remove a fakeroot user mapping for vagrant user:
$ singularity config fakeroot --remove vagrant

To disable a fakeroot user mapping for vagrant user:
$ singularity config fakeroot --disable vagrant

To enable a fakeroot user mapping for vagrant user:
$ singularity config fakeroot --enable vagrant

Options

-a, --add       add a fakeroot mapping entry for a user allowing him to use the fakeroot feature
-d, --disable   disable a user fakeroot mapping entry preventing him to use the fakeroot feature (the user mapping must be present)
-e, --enable    enable a user fakeroot mapping entry allowing him to use the fakeroot feature (the user mapping must be present)
-h, --help      help for fakeroot
-r, --remove    remove the user fakeroot mapping entry preventing him to use the fakeroot feature

SEE ALSO

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