Can anyone point me in the right direction for 'Chrooting' users to their
home directories when they login ???
If your talking about ftp, create a file called ftpchroot in /etc. >>> #
Add your users line by line. All done, you don't even have to restart
If your talking about the server jail, look at:
Quote:> Can anyone point me in the right direction for 'Chrooting' users to their
> home directories when they login ???
> Many Thanks
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