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Re: How to lock user in his home

2005/9/13, Ishwar Rattan <ishwar@pali.cps.cmich.edu>:
> On Tue, 13 Sep 2005, Leonardo Marques wrote:
> > i want the user can do everything they can do by default minus browse
> > accross the file system.
> >
> Unix does not work that way. For user home dirs you can use
> 700 mode but changing others in the system might break it.
> non-operable.
> -ishwar
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One possible solution is to chroot, and create links in user's home to
$PATH dirs (an  maybe something else) ... not a great idea maybe.



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