Is there a way to create a user account in Solaris which allows the users to run one command only? No login shell or anything else. I could possibly do it with /usr/bin/false in /etc/passwd and just ...
I'm allowing a friend a local account on my machine, exclusively for SCP. Can I specify his account's shell as /bin/true, or in any other way limit the account, while still allowing SCP?
I would like to create a user who can only do one thing: via ssh specify a script ( and commandline arguments to the script ) that resides in one particular folder ( for the purposes of this question ...