How to disable that an user execute any command

2008-07-08 Thread DSA - JCR
Hi all I use FreeBSD 6.2, and GELI I want to make an user for the only task of remove/insert the usb copy disk. I have made a new user (operator group), and a shell task that ask for the GELI password and fsck and mount the USB disk. This work fine under root. but I think that if he/she want

Re: How to disable that an user execute any command

2008-07-08 Thread Dez Accid
DSA - JCR wrote: I want to make an user for the only task of remove/insert the usb copy disk. I have made a new user (operator group), and a shell task that ask for the GELI password and fsck and mount the USB disk. This work fine under root. but I think that if he/she want to make CTRL-C to

Re: How to disable that an user execute any command

2008-07-08 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 08 July 2008, DSA - JCR wrote: but I think that if he/she want to make CTRL-C to the shell task, he can stop the task and then enter in the system and look whatever he wants (for example, how the things are done). Use sudo to allow non-root users to run that script as root. If