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Old 15th January 2011, 06:49
kextra1 kextra1 is offline
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Default chroot SSH IspConfig2

How do I chroot SSH shell's for ISPConfig 2 users?

I simply don't want them to be able to look at database passwords in files and stuff like that in other clients web's... not an unreasonable request.

I found info on ispconfig 3 but no info on Ispconfig 2 the real ispconfig.

I'm running Debian Lenny.

Thanks if you can help.

PS. Nothing against IspConfig 3, it just looks like it was made through the god aweful TYP03 CMS or something, but I'm sure it has as many ups as it does downs..like the virtual mail names for webs and stuff.
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