Re: restricting ssh access
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 10:29:30 -0500
J.D. Baldwin wrote:
> In the previous article, Chuck <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Is there a way to prevent ssh access to a user account while still
>>allowing sftp or scp file transfers?
> I have been doing this reliably with
> for some months now. Great little tool and it even supports chroot.
I'm not sure I follow the author entirely but it looks like scponly
replaces the user's shell and that won't work in my situation. I still
need them to have normal shell access so long as the user first ssh's to
a different account and then su's to the account in question. I.E.
disable direct ssh access to the account but allow indirect shell access
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