I've followed the myriad of tutorials/instructions to setup a CHROOT'ed/Jailed SFTP account, and it works great.
However, I need the user accounts to be able to have full write access to their home directory.
For reference, I followed these instructions to setup the SFTP access for this user: http://woodel.com/domore/sftp/
The final settings ask for: the user's home directory chown root:root & chmod 755
And the following settings in the sshd config file:
Match Group sftpusers AllowTCPForwarding no ChrootDirectory %h ForceCommand internal-sftp
However, my sftpusers cannot create files in their home directory, only in sub-directories with all the proper permissions setup for that user. One of these users is an automated system that does not have an easy means of designating a sub-directory, so I need this account to have access to write into it's default/root directory.
I do not currently have SELinux enabled & do not know anything about it, but have seen some mention of being able to enable this functionality that way, but I don't know what else will be affected if I enable it.
Any ideas/directions are appreciated.