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Re: [off-topic?] Chrooting ssh/telnet users?

On Mon, Oct 29, 2001 at 09:48:00AM +1300, Stephen Andrew wrote:
> There is a chroot patch for the potato openssh-1.2.3 source in /contrib
> however it appears to be broken.
> I have created a modified diff for the Debian package source which will
> apply the patch correctly and build an ssh_1.2.3chroot1-9.3 package.

There's the same problem in all versions of openssh from debian, you
must apply the chroot patch by hand (maybe because debian openssh is
patched) I've got also a version of openssh 2.9p2-6 from sid recompiled
for potato with the chroot support...it works for me (with openssl 095a
recompiled by jones???)
(I do also some little modifications: no suid by default in debconf and
no permitrootlogin by default.

deb http://people.easter-eggs.org/~manu/debian/ ssh/

What about a package ssh-chroot in debian? I think the pam module is
more interesting as it can be aplied to other thinks, but I tried it and
was unable to make it working (I'm not a pam master!!).

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