From a very recent thread there was a reference to a - to me - unknown tool.
I got curious and searched for it - nothing of the kind in AUR - but a ddg search found this topic from 2018 in #technical-issues-and-assistance:tutorials section
I proceeded to search for
mhwd-chroot-extended but couldn't find that either.
We still have a package in community called
mhwd-chroot 20180408-1 which provides an extensive root mount
Snipped from the
... # mount proc, sys, dev and chroot mount -B /proc $mountpoint/proc mount -B /dev $mountpoint/dev mount -B /sys $mountpoint/sys mount -B /dev/pts $mountpoint/dev/pts mount -B /tmp $mountpoint/tmp # mount /run if it exists [ -d $mountpoint/run ] && mount -B /run $mountpoint/run cp /etc/resolv.conf $mountpoint/etc/resolv.conf ...
Curiosity killed the cat so - what is the purpose of such extensive mount?