|Subject:||[Jailkit-users] Howto jail a ssh ftp user on a server with jailkit|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Feb 2013 13:42:24 -0500|
Sorry if I am n00bish.
I have a ssh ftp server running that chroots users fine. With the introduction of jailkit, I can allow users ssh acces and chroot them. These new ssh access users can then use the ssh ftp to roam around the system.
Obviously I have not configured something correctly, *or* there is no why to run a sshd/ftp server config and jail users who also can login.
Does anyone maybe know how to do this?
In my sshd_config file I have
Match group non_sshusers
/home/%u is owned by root as per documentation for the ssh server
What I want to do, is also chroot users who can ssh/login with jailkit to their home directoris also if they choose ftp with ssh protocol and are not part of non_sshusers.
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