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Re: [Jailkit-users] RE: Jailkit-users Digest, Vol 9, Issue 16

From: Olivier Sessink
Subject: Re: [Jailkit-users] RE: Jailkit-users Digest, Vol 9, Issue 16
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 21:51:12 +0200
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Dex Chen wrote:
I was able to login if I use "chroot shell" instead of jk_lsh.

you mean bash as shell inside the jail? bash doesn't check the user ID or group ID. jk_lsh needs to check them in order to correctly read its config file.

I am new to jailkit, and I did not see any doc or samples on how to use
the jk_lsh after you configured it.  I am assuming that a jailed user
with jk_lsh can login through ssh as other regular shell, such as "ssh

jk_lsh cannot be used as interactive shell. it can only be used for programs such as cvs, scp, rsync, and sftp that run over a ssh channel.

Another question: how a jailed user account to change it's passwd?

you cannot with the regular mechanism, because the password file is outside the jail.


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