[CentOS] Provide access to /home folder

Tue Nov 5 11:22:29 UTC 2013
Andrew Holway <andrew.holway at gmail.com>


On 5 November 2013 10:31, John Doe <jdmls at yahoo.com> wrote:
> From: Gopu Krishnan <gopukrishnantec at gmail.com>
>> I have a CentOS linux web server in which I have multiple web sites. I have
>> many website programmers now doing the coding for all the sites. How can I
>> provide a key-based authentication for the programmers in such a way that
>> they have access only to /home folder ? They should be able to access only
>> all the files inside /home and able to modify it. This is cPanel server in
>> which all the sites comes under /home directory. Currently they are using
>> separate passwords for every site. If I could give access to my developer
>> inside /home folder, they would be able to do edit all the sites easily
>> rather than having separate password for each site (eg : /home/site1 or
>> /home/site2).  Please share your ideas on the same.
> I do not know cPanel but what about all of them being part of the same group...?
> Then, give the correct permissions to the group.
> JD
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