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Prepare the release v1.8.3.
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|proot: proot (chroot, mount --bind, and binfmt_misc without any privilege)|
|proot: PRoot is a user-space implementation of chroot, mount --bind,|
|-proot: and binfmt_misc. It relies on ptrace, an unprivileged|
|-proot: system-call, available in every Linux kernel. This means that|
|-proot: users don't need any privilege or setup to do things like:|
|-proot: using an arbitrary directory as the new root file-system or|
|-proot: making files accessible somewhere else in the file-system|
|-proot: hierarchy or executing programs built for another CPU|
|-proot: architecture transparently through QEMU.|
|+proot: and binfmt_misc. This means that users don't need any|
|+proot: privilege or setup to do things like: using an arbitrary|
|+proot: directory as the new root file-system or making files|
|+proot: accessible somewhere else in the file-system hierarchy or|
|+proot: executing programs built for another CPU architecture|
|+proot: transparently through QEMU. Technically PRoot relies on|
|+proot: ptrace, an unprivileged system-call available in every Linux|
|proot: Home: http://proot.me|