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I've had a quick look around but cant see anything exactly matching my requirements.
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I have created a user called "x" who is allowed only to FTP and it is working fine. Here my problem is, I want to give access to a particular directory say for eg:- /dump/test directory. I don't find any option in the useradd command to restrict access to this particular directory only... (1 Reply)
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I am facing a problem, regarding code security on a server.
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I'm the admin in a shop in which my developers have and use the root account, all UNIX newbies.
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I'm on Solaris 8, I need to provide Read-only access to a user to 2 directories only.
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I need to create a user that only has access to 1 directory (e.g. /vol/mita/test). The user needs to be able to rsh into that directory to run a script. The user should not be able to navigate to any other directories above /vol/mita/test. Any help would be appreciated! (4 Replies)
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I need to restrict users shell access to only $HOME under /home for each user. I don't want them getting out of their own directories. From what I understand chroot is something I could use, but I want to avoid this since it involves creating symbolic links to a number... (9 Replies)
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