On Tue, Jul 01, 2003 at 03:10:55PM -0400, Nucking Futs wrote: > I'm trying to set up user accounts so that they can not view any further > than their home directory. At the very least I don't want them to be able > to do a cd .. and view /usr/home and view the other user accounts > information. How would I set this up so they couldn't view other user > accounts or preferably any other part of the system.
- you could use bash -r (restricted bash) - or chroot(8), on google i found the following article: http://www.tjw.org/chroot-login-HOWTO/ this how to is for linux but it should work on freebsd to. - if you just want to restrict access to other users home dir's, creating a group per user and chmod 750 the users home dir should be sufficient. hth, toni -- Behandle die Menschen, als wären sie, was sie sein | toni at stderror dot at sollten, und du wirst ihnen helfen, zu werden, was | Toni Schmidbauer sie sein können. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe |
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