|Subject:||RE: [Jailkit-users] master account|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Jun 2006 08:49:26 -0500|
Thanks. I got it though J
I used chmod –R 770 and relaxed the security to allow the writable permission to be used on the group and used a Linux shell account ( a trusted user of course ) as the master use. Works like a charm J
[mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Michael Groves
I had the same dilemma, I used Samba to allow a master account to provide maintenance for the jails.
I am pretty new to chrooting users. I need to find out how I can have 1 master account that has full permissions to every users’ “uploadable” directory. This master user will read, write and delete files (maintenance) in every sftp users home directory.
I tried chmod –R 770 permissions but since the group permission is writable the original user is unable to log in… I am at a road block here and I need the lists imput.
Ideas comments to get this to work in one way or another?
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