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Web developer with some fair experience in front-end development and user interface design working with (X)HTML, CSS, PHP and jQuery, with good knowledge of the WordPress platform.


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comment How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
Thank you very much, and have a great day/night. I'm researching about owners permissions right now so I will be able to sort out these things myself in the future.
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comment How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
I have updated the question.
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revised How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
I have updated the question after some ls -ld commands on the server with regards folder permissions
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comment How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
I have tried chown arsenal /home/moove/public_html/dev/arsenal/ as root but I get the same error after I log in with the new created user 'arsenal'.
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comment How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
I understand that and it makes sense. An example of how would I accomplish that? I am still searching for a better written article that would help me understand and had no success yet, for the last half an hour. I only need a hint, a keyword, and I will take it from there. I know it must be something like chmod -R 755 /home/moove/public_html/dev/arsenal but to give "arsenal" user rights to that folder, right?
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comment How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
Quick question, is there anyway I can chmod that home directory by default somehow? I am getting this after login: Could not chdir to home directory /home/moove/public_html/dev/arsenal: Permission denied.
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comment How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
This did the trick for me, thank you very much. Why would I need to fully chroot it, is this if they user will want more rights and access to more commands? Later edit: I'vr finally read what you wrote about Restricted Shell and there's no need for another answer, everything is clear now. Thanks!
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comment How to restrict user to a particular folder in CentOS 6?
Thank you for your interest in helping me @Iain, however, cjc's answer helped me and it seems to work! Out of curiosity, I don't know what you mean by "interactive shell"?
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