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I want to restrict some user access to only 1 directory (including all sub-directories/files in it).
can you please explain me, how can we do this?
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I have a Fedora10 server and i need a particular user to view files only in a particular folder.
All other files in other folders having "read" permission for all shouldn't be accessible to this user.
Please let me know if ther's a way.
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Hi Gurus ,
I hope you are doing great .
Other than owner of the file , OTHERS and GROUP should be restricted from read or write a file created by the owner.
OTHERS and GROUP should be only allowed to execute the file.
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I need to restrict one user to see only his home directory and
one more directory how i can do this in his profile.
The OS is Red hat linux
I create a user -- tec
and group calle --tec
one the user log in he will see
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specifically - I don't need to restrict a user to a single directory - but I want them to be "ROOTED" to their home directory.
so if my home directory is /home/onlyme
when I login - if I do a pwd - I want to see:
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It will be very great if you can help me in this issue. Thanks in advance.
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Is there a way to prevent users from being able to execute commands less a select few? For instance, I wish to allow the user to be only able to execute 1 command, which is exec a.sh. He should not be able to do simple stuff such as ls, cd, rm, cat, etc.
Can this be achieved?
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