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Default read & modify files out side chroot jail

Hello, I set up chroot jail, the jailed user need to read and modify some files on the real system, for example lets say he need to edit /etc/hosts.

I was thinking of useing symbolic link "ln -s", but it doesnt work.

any Idea?
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