secure shell system
torriem at gmail.com
Sun Apr 18 21:07:35 MDT 2010
Stuart Jansen wrote:
> If standard unix permissions and FACLs aren't enough, I would use PAM
> and/or SELinux. For example, check out Fedora's xguest. We're using
> something inspired by it to allow customers to run a graphical app
> remotely in a very locked down but useful environment. Marxist.
In some cases, restricted bash (bash -r or rbash) may be useful. I just
learned about this tonight when doing a google search to try to answer
the OP's question. Restricted bash is perfect for my current use case;
I'm going to implement it tomorrow.
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