If I run "$ chroot /home/aaron/c1 /usr/bin/sh" I willOpenBSD's http server is configured by default to run in such an environment so that if a hacker comes in
change my perceived root directory to be /home/aaron/c1, except at that
point my current shell (/usr/bin/sh) doesn't know it's in a chroot
environment because if I do "$ ls /" it will display the contents of
/home/aaron/c1 because it thinks that's the actual root.