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RE: [Jailkit-users] sftp chroot - Connection Closed

From: Michael Groves
Subject: RE: [Jailkit-users] sftp chroot - Connection Closed
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 09:02:03 +0100

Oliver wrote: 
> Just `grep jk_socketd /var/log/*` will show you 
> everything logged by jk_socketd

jk_socketd is logging to /var/log/messages

> More important: do all the libraries exist? How did you copy it into
> jail, did you use jk_cp or jk_init or did you manually copy files?

I used jk_init

> if you use jk_cp the libraries (most of them) will be copied 
> automatically. jk_cp -cf /my/jail /usr/lib/ssh/sftp-server

That worked a treat, although I do not have the '-cf' options available,
so I omitted them.

Okay, I now have a fully functioning jail. However, what I really want
to achieve is to lock the user in his home directory so he can't see the
other users and system files in the jail. Is this possible, if not with
Jailkit is there another way?
I suppose I could create a different jail for each user, that would stop
them seeing each others directories, but they could still see the system


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