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Re: how do I chroot for users.



On Mon, 19 Jan 1998, Alan DeKok wrote:

>     One of the things I'm going to add to the kernel when I get time
> (and a spare machine) is the concept of "slave" users.  i.e. Anyone
> with uid within a certain range can't execute programs that they own.

You will be defeated:

bash$ bash - <<EOF
> echo "Hello, I can write in bash whatever I damn please."
> EOF 
Hello, I can write in bash whatever I damn please.
bash$ _

Now, what it takes is that the remote terminal program to have cut&paste
features so that any shell script can be run without having to have it in
a file.

>   That would solve many problems at ISP's I know.  They'd still be

There always will be somebody that will work around restrictions(tm)

Cristian
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Cristian Gafton   --   gafton@redhat.com   --   Red Hat Software, Inc.
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 UNIX is user friendly. It's just selective about who its friends are.



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