[CentOS] rssh / scponly
Gregory P. Ennis
PoMec at PoMec.Net
Sun Mar 27 21:27:33 UTC 2011
> If you use sftp, it can be chroot'ed by default (see man-page).
> (In reasonably recent version of sshd)
I gather thats a sshd somewhat newer than the one included in CentOS 5
? the only mention of chroot in man sshd is the /var/empty/sshd dir
used during preauthorization.
I'd be very cautious on setting this up, or you could easily lose access
to ssh shell sessions since ssh/scp/sftp are all so tightly coupled.
Thank you for your post, I have sure not been able to find the
appropriate references in the man pages. I am running Centos 5.5
I did try putting a copy of /etc/ssh/ssh_config
with the addition of :
Subsystem sftp internal-sftp
Match User ftp
But this did not work
Any suggestions ???
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