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bio website write.seshat.pw
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I'm a hacker without a cause. I like to tinker, play and learn new things as fast as I can. Results are varied.


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comment How do I force sftp user to start in their home directory
Interesting. Have you tried symlinks?
Jun
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comment How do I force sftp user to start in their home directory
You need to set root as the owner of the %u/home directory and create subfolders for them to access. If root doesn't own the main folder, then it won't permit them to logon.
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comment How do I force sftp user to start in their home directory
What does your /var/log/auth.log say when it is configured that way?
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answered How do I force sftp user to start in their home directory
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answered Server was compromised. Where to look?
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answered Mount Physical Drive to VMWare Server
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comment Where should executables be run from? Network share or client?
I believe this is better because it will run faster on a local machine, reduces network overhead, reduce hard drive load on the server hosting, and would be easy to script.
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answered Where should executables be run from? Network share or client?
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comment Lighttpd with FastCGI won't create /tmp/fcgi.sock on startup?
It generally isn't but can be used to narrow a problem down.