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I have created a shared directory on /home, where all users on a certain group have read, write and execute permissions.
I did this using
chmod -R g+rwx /home/shared/
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I must to give ssh connection to own customer.
So I want to lock ssh user on own home directory. It is not necessery to reach other folders. I know that ftp user can lock on own folder but I don't know how to lock ssh user.
I am waitting your kindly helps :D
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I have a problem with configuring a server. this is a solaris 10 with sparc platform.
I have setup so that the server is Authenticating through NIS but I dont want the server to Mount the Home directories. The users need to logged in through the CDE/display.
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can anyone tell me how to display the permissions of a users home directory.
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I am using sftp to transfer files between two unix machines. As per my knowledge, in order to use public key authentication, the remote user's home directory permission should be set to 750 ( basically group and others should not have write permission ). Is there any way to over ride... (1 Reply)
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I am looking for a shell script (or any other way), that puts a user in a home directory jail. So for example, I have a user named richard and I don't want him wandering outside /usr/users/richard. I don't want him to cd to anywhere including cd ..
Somebody said you can do that with... (3 Replies)
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I want to know which profile will be called when a user without home directory is created.
When I created a user without home directory(by setting in /etc/default/useradd), the user is able to login directly into the main "/" folder but with only read permissions.
naina (3 Replies)
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I want users in a certain group to be restricted to their home directory. So that they have full access to all files and folders in their home directory but the cant go to any directory above.
Does anyone know how to do this?
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