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Re: [Jailkit-users] Sftp users are not able to chroot with Jailkit setup

From: Scott Ruckh
Subject: Re: [Jailkit-users] Sftp users are not able to chroot with Jailkit setup
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2011 14:40:53 -0700
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Yo.   This is what you said earlier: Olivier Sessink
> On 06/24/2011 03:34 PM, Seshan, Vinod K. (CONT) wrote:
>> Hi Team,
>> We have installed/configured jailkit version jailkit-2.11-1.el5.rf on
>> our RHEL5 server. We have SSH Tectia Client 6.1.7 build 139 installed in
>> this server. When a chrooted user configured with jailkit login to
>> server using ssh , the user is logged into the correct jail and the
>> jailed user cannot go to other directories out of jail. But if the
>> chrooted user sftp to the server, the user is not chrooted and the user
>> can cd to any other directory in the server.
> it seems that the ssh server doesn't use the shell to start the sftp
> subsystem, but immediately starts it itself. I haven't seen such a ssh
> server myself, but I don't have access to RHEL5.
> Which ssh is running on rhel5, and what is the configuration?
> Olivier

RHEL5 still comes with OpenSSH 4.  The OP's states they are using the
commercial SSH client (Tectia), I was not sure if the SSH server that is
installed is also Tectia.  The newer OpenSSH 5 server comes with built-in
chroot support for SFTP.


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