Editing /etc/network/interfaces file and restarting the networking service.
Yes I agree it's not normally something you would do in a Jail.
I may need to rethink my approach.
What sort of IP change are you talking about: DHCP, or static IP by editing config files?
Normally this isn't the sort of thing you can complete via a jail, but you would use sudo.
On 05/07/2015 09:41, Marcos Georgopoulos wrote:
I am trying to restrict a user to being able to change the IP address of the server they are logged into.
I understand this probably isn't a common requirement for someone in a jailed environment but I was wondering if its possible and if so how I could go about achieving this requirement.
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