I have very little linux administration experience, after searching a lot stuff online, finally I decided that I must hope that someone helps.
The problem is, I needed to share an account with a customer to access to specific directory of my CentOS Linux server (FTP).
After creation of user with
useradd command, I executed
setfacl commands as follows.
setfacl -m user:abc:0 /opt setfacl -m user:abc:0 /bin setfacl -m user:abc:0 /boot setfacl -m user:abc:0 /srv setfacl -m user:abc:0 /usr
Now, I cannot open ssh connection via a non-root user. (Using putty, after entering username-password, window dissappears.)
I tried to delete the abc user and created a new one, but problem continues.
Thank you in advance