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accepted Cannot jail SSH users to any folder other than their home folder
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comment Cannot jail SSH users to any folder other than their home folder
Sorry, yes I saw that. But you then go on to say that you suggest keeping it turned on if it's an end user machine. That means that there must be a better solution.
Sep
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comment Cannot jail SSH users to any folder other than their home folder
If setenforce 0 is only a temporary solution, what would be a permanent solution?
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comment Cannot jail SSH users to any folder other than their home folder
Seems that is the issue. Is it safe to setenforce 0?
Sep
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comment Cannot jail SSH users to any folder other than their home folder
You are absolutely right. setenforce 0 seemed to do this trick. What does this command do?
Sep
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comment Cannot jail SSH users to any folder other than their home folder
all the folders /var /var/www /var/www and /var/www/vhosts are all owned by root (drwxr-xr-x. 18 root root)
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comment Cannot jail SSH users to any folder other than their home folder
If i run ls -l /var/www/vhosts I get drwxr-xr-x. 3 root root 4096 Sep 23 12:07 default which implies it is owned by root. :(
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comment Change permission of files with the owner 'apache'
I am able to read the files, i can open them in a browser. This seems the way i will have work.
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comment Change permission of files with the owner 'apache'
chmod works fine, chown doesn't.
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comment Change permission of files with the owner 'apache'
They are images, i want to be able to download them from my FTP server. But i always get permission denied.