All of this has gotten me to thinking about another flaw in the way I have things set up. I'm preventing users from getting to a $ by running a menu from their profile.
exec /usr/bin/menu This works fine since the exec causes menu to become their shell process. But some smart user could get around this by using pscp to upload their own .bash_profile. Even if I fix it so I have them chroot'd on their home would not prevent this since this file is in their home. But changing permissions on the .bash_profile so they don't own it (and not in their group) should take care of that problem. They can read it all they want, just not change it. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]