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Re: ssh - chrooting

 On Thu, May 01, 2008 at 09:39:01AM -0400, Ben Holland wrote: 
> I believe that ssh also has an option where the user can never go up above 
> their login folder which is by default their home directory. I am not sure 
> though, it's been a VERY long time since i've had to set up an ssh 
> server/client. Can anyone varify either way? Thanks ~Ben 

Not in OpenSSH, which is the standard SSH server. Sounds like 
you are describing a chroot'ed environment. 


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