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 Re: SSH Access restriction ...
Author: ljud 
Date:   27-05-05 20:37

chmod 711 /home
chmod 711 /home/*
and
echo " chmod 711 ~ " >> /etc/profile
when people log in
they will auto set their home dir 711
so noone can read what is inside of it:)shri wrote:

> Hello there ,
>
> I am setting up an server to which i will be giving few users
> the SSH access to my server ,but now i dont want the users to
> peep in to each other directory ,.....for this setup i tired
> jailing the user by modifying the script....some say doing
> CHROOT to ssh ..but did not explain how to...
>
> Can any body help me doing this ..
>
> Help will be appreciated
>
>
> Shri

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shri 18-12-03 13:33 
 Re: SSH Access restriction ...   new
el_kab0ng 30-12-03 23:28 
 Re: SSH Access restriction ...   new
ljud 27-05-05 20:37 


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