[lug] ssh shell commands

Dan Ferris dan at usrsbin.com
Wed Jun 6 18:38:35 MDT 2007

You can limit commands with SSH keys.  If you are using password / PAM 
auth, there is the pam_chroot module.  You can stick users into their 
own little chroot worlds and have whatever commands you want.


karl horlen wrote:
> i currently have ssh account access with my isp.  i
> can ssh in and run who and other commands that let me
> determine all the other user id accounts and the real
> names behind those accounts on the box.  that seems a
> little weak to me.
> isn't there a way to limit these commands while still
> giving a user ssh shell access?  if so how?
> thanks
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