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Chrooted SFTP user write permissions

I have a setup with sftp only users: Match Group sftponly ChrootDirectory %h ForceCommand internal-sftp AllowTcpForwarding no I get the following message in my secure.log: fatal: bad ...
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Chrooted sftp gives “Permission denied” error

I have configured sshd_conf on my centos box as below: Match group pilots ChrootDirectory /home/pilots ForceCommand internal-sftp X11Forwarding no AllowTcpForwarding no and the directory ...
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(CentOS) default FTP (SFTP) Log File?

I'm on CentOS v6.4 and using its native FTP Server, which i suppose is sftp. (Am i right?) Now i can use FTP well. But i need to log the actions taken by Users. Logs for the actions, such us, who ...
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Listing previous logins through sftp

Hello people of the stackexchange, I am having a little difficulty trying to find a location of a particular log file which i'm hoping someone on here could help me with. What i am trying to do is ...
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Setting up a user for sftp acces into a sub directory of another users home directory

An interesting problem. The broader goal is to setup a directory that one of our clients can sftp into (via ssh keys, not user/pass combination) and upload files. This directory will need to be ...
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User logged in by sftp does not show up in `w`

My server is Centos 5. I have a chroot environment set up with the following in my sshd_config Match group sftponly ForceCommand internal-sftp ChrootDirectory %h AllowTcpForwarding no ...