I've setup a bunch of REAL accounts on my Linux box that I've designated
as "guests" in /etc/ftpaccess.
Everything works great in FTP. All accounts in the guest-group are
properly chroot()ed into their home directory and everything seems
The problem is, these account CAN ALSO login via telnet and the chroot
does not take effect! I need to either deny telnet access to these users
(while leaving FTP enabled) or I need to be able to chroot() them to their
home directory. I cannot do either.
I've tried making their login shell (via /etc/passwd) both "/bin/false"
and "/bin/ftponly", but both times telnet AND ftp access were denied.