arch-chroot - enhanced chroot command
arch-chroot [options] chroot-dir [command] [arguments...]
If command is unspecified, arch-chroot will launch /bin/bash.
The target chroot-dir should be a mountpoint. This ensures that tools such as pacman(8) or findmnt(8) have an accurate hierarchy of the mounted filesystems within the chroot. If your chroot target is not a mountpoint, you can bind mount the directory on itself to make it a mountpoint, i.e.:
mount --bind /your/chroot /your/chroot
Bugs can be reported on the bug tracker https://bugs.archlinux.org in the Arch Linux category and title prefixed with [arch-install-scripts] or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional contributors, use git shortlog -s on the arch-install-scripts.git repository.