Im writing a script that should do this...
chroot /chroot_dir/ su -
./startup.sh (This should run within the su environment)
I have tried this approach:
chroot /chroot_dir /bin/bash -c " su -; ./startup.sh"
This tries to execute the user switching and the script as a string command to bash...however what it does, is it "stops" after
and doesnt execute the script.
However, once I leave the "su -" environment, it does try to run startup.sh but of course, it cant find it.
Basically I need to nest the "startup.sh" to be run inside the "su -" environment...
Thanks a lot