is there a way we can authorize a command typed by a user before it takes effect? For example, when a user types cp file1 file2, the command will not be executed and a root / root-equivalent user ...
I have a machine running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with OpenSSH server installed. I have created a user with a jailed home account. When I log in with the user's account, I can only access his home (duh). ...
I have a desktop which has more than 16GB of memory that I want to dedicate as an SFTP server. Many people have suggested that I install Linux, so I have decided to go with Linux. I am puzzled and ...
Is it possible to disable direct login for normal users (like oracle) in linux but allow scp and sftp for that use?
I'm trying to create the user lenny, that has read and write permissions in the folder /home/lenny/ and has no shell but only access via SFTP. I'm doing the following: useradd lenny mkdir /home/lenny ...
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 ...
I'm having some trouble uploading directories(which contain other directories a few levels deep) by sftp. I realize I could work around this by gzipping, but I don't see why that's necessary. Anyway, ...