What ftp server software are you using?
For example, in proftpd, you simply add this line to /usr/local/etc/
and everyone is "jailed" into his own directory.
It also seems the ftp daemon in the base system supports this
If you are using it, read the man pages for ftpd(8) and ftpchroot(5)
Ah... I knew there had to be a better way.
I am using sftp-server. I'm going to try to find some documentation
on it right now...
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