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We want to restrict ssh for particular user "oracle". Our HP UX version is as below. Please advise.
# uname -a
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
how to restrict a user ro run rm command.
In this scenario we have a user/group has below in sudoers
user ALL=(ALL) ALLis there a way to restrict the user from just executing rm command (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: robo
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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/dev/hd4 2.61 1.02 1.59 40% /
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4. Red Hat
I have an application user on my system that wants accesses to these file systems as such:
these are the existing FS permissions:ownerships:
# ls -ld /SAPO (9 Replies)
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How can we restrict a particular user access to a particular shell in solaris 10.
Thanks in Advance. (5 Replies)
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6. Red Hat
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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Discussion started by: Hari_Ganesh
I have a question in Aix 5.3 can I create a user, that only can see a specify path.
I mean the user log in the default path its /home/newuser he type cd the path that need to check /example/directory_check but if he wants to go to / or any other path. we can not do this.
I only... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: lo-lp-kl
I want to restrict the perticular command to user.
ex: CD, CP, mv etc .,
"A" user cannot user CD, CP, mv commands from his home directory.
so please let me know the procedure how to restrict the commands access to user "A".
I really thankfull to all.... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: murthy76
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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:
but in real life I will be in /home/onlyme - it just appears as root to... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: itobenon
I am using Sun OS 5.10. I am new to Unix.
Is there some way to restrict a specific user to certain command say "/usr/bin/more" ??
for example: I want that user1 can execute more command & user2 can't.
Can we somehow edit .profile file in the home directory of user to achieve... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: vikas027