The restricted shell is a Unix shell that restricts some of the capabilities available to an interactive user session, or to a shell script, running within it.

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Block Particular Command in Linux for Specific user

How to block command, let say mkdir for specific user ? What I did just created read-only function and store in users profile ~/.bashrc /bin/mkdir() { echo "mkdir command not allow for you" ...
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How to discard stderr in restricted Bash shell?

In my .bashrc there are a couple commands which redirect standard error to /dev/null, and this is not allowed within rbash: bash: /dev/null: restricted: cannot redirect output Is there some way to ...
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Bash restricted Shell using rbash

I am using /bin/rbash for some users. It's working as expected but there is some hack like when users run bash or dash, then they got unrestricted shells, so to avoid these commands, I have added ...
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NOEXEC and RESTRICT in sudoers

I understand the script below has a serious problem, and NOEXEC and RESTRICT are not enough as a solution to this. user ALL=(ALL) /usr/bin/vim /etc/httpd/confs/httpd.conf However, I still have some ...
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Is there an alternative to using rbash to restrict a user on my system?

Basically at the moment I am using rbash to stop a user from leaving his directory on my system. The problem with this is, there is a script in my bin which he needs to be able to run from a script in ...
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Make sshd override login shell of a group of users

My users are shared across a number of machines via LDAP. For one of those machines (let's call it 'fileserf'), I would like to restrict some users in what they can do (actually: prevent them from ...