Mount and prepare a chroot for running commands within it.
manage /etc/resolv.conf inside the chroot. Use the value of this parameter as the suffix to save a copy of the current /etc/resolv.conf to /etc/resolv.conf.$suffix. This is used by the __chroot_umount type to restore the initial file content when unmounting the chroot.
__chroot_mount /path/to/chroot __chroot_mount /path/to/chroot \ --manage-resolv-conf "some-known-string"
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