A chroot on Unix operating systems is an operation that changes the apparent root directory for the current running process and its children.

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Chroot SFTP Users

I have an Ubuntu Server, where several users log in to upload some files. Each user has a home directory, in which I 'd like to be chrooted. e.g. user1 connects with sftp to the server and is ...
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Cron, chroot, jails, and permissions

I'm trying to grasp how to run crons under chrooted users. I'm on Ubuntu, and using ISPConfig where I can. I created a cronjob in ISPConfig which resulted in a file /etc/cron.d/ispc_chrooted_web1 ...
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Chroot jail of Nginx and php

I'm hosting multiple websites on one VPS, and want to chroot each website, eg. /chroot/website1 /chroot/website2 I'm using makejail, which is a highlevel tool, for creating the jails, and copying the ...
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How To Create Users Who Are Chrooted At A Directory

Is it possible to have users on linux, who's home directory is still the default /home/joe but when they login via ssh/sftp, they are chroot at /apps/web/? Basically I wanted to keep all users files ...
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Chroot w/ rssh doesn't work when sftp user tries to login

System: CentOS 5.x VPS I am trying to configure a chroot environment with rssh. I have added the user with "useradd" specifying its home directory as the chroot environment (/var/www/sage). I have ...
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Jail CentOS group to single dir (and dir's within) - FTP

What I am ultimately looking to do is jail a group of users to only be able to FTP into their home folder. They should be able to have r&w capabilities within their home folder, and within ALL ...
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“Connection closed” in chrooted sftp when using sssd on Ubuntu 10.04

I am running Ubuntu 10.04 and I'm trying to add an sftp-only user to log in using public key authentication. My sshd_config has the following configuration: Subsystem sftp internal-sftp Match Group ...
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How to get PHP mysql_ extension for linux chroot jail?

I've setup a chroot jail using jailkit on my Ubuntu 10.04 system. I've copied the binaries for php and mysql which all worked fine. So from the command line of my chrooted user I can run php ...
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File permissions to run mysqld in chroot

I'm trying to run mysqld inside chroot environment. Herez the situation. When I run mysqld as root, I can connect to my databases. But when I run mysql using init.d scripts, mysql gives me an error. ...
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sftp chroot access via SSH

I have this setup in sshd_config: AllowUsers test1 test2 Match group sftpgroup ChrootDirectory /var/www X11Forwarding no AllowTcpForwarding no ForceCommand ...
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What is the easiest and cleanest way to create a chrooted SFTP on Centos 5.4?

I would like to setup a SFTP with chroot (or equivalent) login to my Centos 5.4 server in a clean way. By clean way I mean by using only the YUM command if possible and with something easy to maintain ...
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Chrooted ssh user cannot ssh into server : broken pipe

I just tried the following to add a new user, chroot the user and give him access to the folder /home/me/public_html via sftp and ssh : ##the following command are done by root or a sudo user useradd ...
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SSH stopped working for no reason

Please help. Everything was working fine. How can I connect to the command line now? Configuration Amazon EC2 server Ubuntu & Apache2 Only one user (root - not real name) has SSH access, ...
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Process still running from a deleted chroot? [closed]

so I come to you with a somewhat interesting problem. I had a chroot running that had an entire lamp server installed and running on it. I tried to purge and remove the lamp server but messed up ...