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by jfreak53
2012/03/19 22:11:17
Forum: CentOS 5 - General Support
Topic: GIT for each user separate
Replies: 2
Views: 190

GIT for each user separate

I want to allow each and every user on my CentOS 5 system to have their own GIT directories inside their home directory and not be affected by GIT of other users. Is there anything special I need to setup to allow this?
by jfreak53
2012/01/18 01:00:04
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP
Replies: 8
Views: 6280

Re: SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP

New problem now ha ha. Thought each user has their shell selected as lshell, once I turn on chroot they can no longer login to SSH, only SFTP! ha ha I read on google that it's because of this line: ForceCommand internal-sftp So I removed that line and still the users can now not login to SSH. Any th...
by jfreak53
2012/01/17 13:30:26
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP
Replies: 8
Views: 6280

Re: SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP

Has anyone here ever re-compiled ssh to work without root?? That I would really be interested in! :)
by jfreak53
2012/01/17 01:37:15
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP
Replies: 8
Views: 6280

Re: SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP

Thanks, just figured it out like 2 min. ago, no where on the NET and searching for this on Google did I find this. It seems that the folder you put down has to be owned by root:root. No where did I ever read this on any tutorial on this I found, so oh well, for anyone searching in the future. So ins...
by jfreak53
2012/01/15 02:58:17
Forum: CentOS 5 - Server Support
Topic: SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP
Replies: 8
Views: 6280

SSH Jailed Shell and SFTP

I need to setup a dual setup for a jailed shell. My users need to be able to login to SSH shell in their user directory and also be able to SFTP in and SCP so they can sync files using rsync. For the shell I got it fixed, on another server I used lshell, it works great since it allows me to cancel c...
by jfreak53
2011/08/22 13:43:01
Forum: CentOS 5 - General Support
Topic: Shell based on Protocol
Replies: 1
Views: 192

Shell based on Protocol

In there a way to change the shell used based on the protocol the user is connecting with? For instance if they connect with SSH shell they get X, but if they connect to SFTP they get Y.

Is this possible?
by jfreak53
2011/08/13 23:40:43
Forum: CentOS 5 - General Support
Topic: Control Group support
Replies: 3
Views: 675

Control Group support

Ok I was looking into using control groups to limit the memory usage of each user on my CentOS system. I was told that this required me to recompile the kernel to have cgroup support. Is this true? Or is there a kernel module that will allow cgroups to work for users and groups on the system without...
by jfreak53
2011/01/22 18:15:41
Forum: CentOS 5 - General Support
Topic: SSHD Log Own file
Replies: 4
Views: 16303

Re: SSHD Log Own file

Beautiful, thank you. The one thing I was missing was restarting syslogd after changing the data to AUTH. I didn't realize I had to restart it so the LOG never was created ha ha. Thanks.
by jfreak53
2011/01/22 13:20:23
Forum: CentOS 5 - General Support
Topic: SSHD Log Own file
Replies: 4
Views: 16303

SSHD Log Own file

How do I get SSHD to log EVERYTHING to it's own log file? I tried this in sshd_conf: [code]SyslogFacility SSHDLOG LogLevel DEBUG[/code] And this in syslog.conf: [code]# Log SSH daemon messages to own file !sshd sshdlog.* /var/log/sshd.log[/code] But everytime I try to start SSHD it says SSHDLOG is n...
by jfreak53
2010/02/03 14:45:43
Forum: CentOS 4 - Software Support
Topic: ClamD
Replies: 3
Views: 1433

Re: ClamD

Well that's fine but cPanel comes from my provider of servers I don't pay for it. Also clamd has really nothing to do with cpanel it has the same config that regular clamd has that you download from their site. So nothing is cpanel based other than the install and the init.d files are in the cpanel ...

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