Re: Accessing file server

From: Aurelien GROSDIDIER (
Date: 09/09/03

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    Date: Tue, 09 Sep 2003 15:40:44 +0200

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    Thomas Chiverton wrote:
    | On Friday 05 Sep 2003 02:28 am, Kanwar Sidhu wrote:
    |> Or Is there any other solution out there ???
    | scp, based on ssh, with a shell of /bin/false for the account.
    | Putty is a good Win32 scp client, if you need that.

    using /bin/false prevent you from login using the console AND ssh / scp.
    you should have a look at scponly ( instead.
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