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Ok, the point I missed has something to do with the shell. I tried to login with /bin/false as described in many manuals. But that didn't work. As @Jakuje pointed out, changing that to /bin/sh for testing purposes allowed me to login via sftp. Hurray! And the interesting fact I also didn't know: internal-sftp already prevents ssh login. However, who ...


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It is an old thread I know. Had the same problem using debian wheezy on a Raspberry Pi and found out that everytime during login automatically the sftp-server became active (ps -ef). Disabled the server in sshd_config by changing the command into: Subsystem sftp /bin/false and got correct logins via the vsftp server using TLS. Chroot jail worked correct ...



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