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answered Shares server user with startup scripts specific for each developer (using SSH)
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Re 1. to have all web files owned by real owner: If user Alice creates web project, most files/dirs will be for group www-data read-only (good security practice). User Bob than has troubles modify files. Re 2. 'command=/foo user1' inside ~webuser/.ssh/authorized_keys: it may be solution if /foo will be some super smart script, but makes it hard to use other SSH use scenarios like scp/sftp . Also command must be manually invoked by any user, so half-solution where each users after connection just invokes his own script manually is propably much simpler
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I wouldn't allow root login through SSH at all - We use strong root password so this is not real security weakness.
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