Re: SSH access restrictions
Let us all know if this works for you, as I (and I think quite a few ppl
that run ISPs) would be interested to know if this actually works or not
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rudi Starcevic" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, 19 October, 2003 1:54 PM
Subject: Re: SSH access restrictions
> Thanks Jason,
> > Usually you can't... as they have dependency problems.
> Well I think it may be OK to just use the 'testing' .deb.
> Why ?
> Because I just did.
> It all installed OK without any error's.
> I just downloaded it and dpkg -i it.
> I haven't used it yet as I'm still reading the readme
> but it has successfully put a pam_chroot.so in the /lib/security dir.
> libpam-chroot in /usr/share/doc.
> Finger's crossed it'll work just fine.
> To be thorough I'll head over to http://www.apt-get.org now.
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Just a quick question on libpam-chroot.
> > >
> > > This package is not availalbe in 'stable'.
> > > I've only ever used 'stable'.
> > >
> > > It should be OK to grab this package from 'testing' and use it hey ?
> > Usually you can't... as they have dependency problems. What you need
> > is a "backport" to stable... search on Google for one
> > (http://www.apt-get.org/ is one) and see if anyone has a backport
> > for it. Hopefully they do... I'd be interested in CHROOT as well.
> > I've heard of something called "jailshell" as offered on some control
> > panels like cPanel, but not sure what it actually is. So I know its
> > possible... just haven't found a reliable way. Advanced users can
> > figure out ways to break out of the jail, but at least it helps a bit.
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