Marwan Sultan wrote:
> Yes, I understand that To lockup a user from navigating outside their
> home directories through
> ftp, I simply can add them to /etc/ftpchroot and when a user connects
> It wont allow him
> to go any level higher than his Home Directory.
> No need for proftpd as additional port, because the base system will do
> it throu /etc/ftpchroot
> The user can connect through SSH and navigate,
> Here where my information stops,
> 2 questions,
> 1) How do I have a list from few users to disallow them using SSH?
> is there any where i add a user to disallow him from using SSH?
and see AllowUsers/DenyUsers sections.
> 2) If I want to lock the user through his SSH session not FTP session
> whats the way?
> Is jail the only way? no easier way? chroot can do it? how if yes? or
> whats the alternatives?
> Thank you guys for following up with me.
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