SSHD question

Tony Nelson tonynelson at
Tue Nov 13 16:09:56 UTC 2007

At 10:11 AM +0100 11/13/07, Joachim Backes wrote:
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>How to prevent sshd on a remote from executing commands given by "ssh
>remote_machine <some
>command>" (AllowGroups and AllowUsers in /etc/sshd_config is only good
>for/against logging in).
>I found no option for this (I think, it is no Fedora problem).
>All help is appreciated.

To be useful, sshd will need to execute some command, but you can set the
ForceCommand option in /etc/ssh/sshd.config to choose that command.  See
`man sshd_config`.
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