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Re: chroot ssh users



That administration of it is near impossible, complexity is radically
increased, and mistakes are much more likely on the administrators'
part.  If you want to restrict as user, give the user a restricted
shell.

Quoting Telent (telent_(_at_)_mordac_(_dot_)_info):
> > > /usr/bin/sudo /usr/sbin/chroot $HOME /bin/csh
> > 
> > chroot to a directory owned by the user is dangerous.
> 
> Yes, it is, but no more dangerous than giving them any writable area at
> all to upload binaries... or am I missing something, and it is?