Re: how to restrict remote user login in a per user basis ?
> On Sat, Mar 31, 2001 at 04:45:40PM -0400, Felipe Alvarez Harnecker wrote:
> > Subject says it all.
> > I'm using ssh and telnet-ssl for remote logins but i have some users
> > that shoud do a local login.
> Maybe you could whip up a little shell script to check the tty the user
> is logging in on (say wack it in /etc/profile) and then compare that
> with a list of local / non-local tty's?
If you're using a recent Debian-distibution you can use PAM and
/etc/security/access.conf to restrict access to your system. That even
gives you the possibility to allow ftp for all users and deny ssh or
telnet only to some (that's what I use it for...)
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