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Re: only allow password change with SSH



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On Thu, Dec 04, 2003 at 08:31:17PM +0100, Robert Cates wrote:

>    Hi,
>
>    my ISP allows me to use SSH to logon (port 22), but only to change my
>    account password.
> 
>    I am running a Debian Woody server with SSH 3.7.1 (using protocol 2
>    only) and would like to do the same.
> 
>    Does anybody know how this is done?

Don't take my word for it, but:

For your users,
set SHELL=/usr/bin/passwd 
maybe?

Now there _may_ be some clever way to make this dependent on the kind of
login (ie console access would have bash as shell, but ssh access would
get /usr/bin/passwd) but I don't know about that.

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