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Old 5th October 2011, 21:08
Salital Salital is offline
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Default ISPConfig Jailkit Setting. How does it work?

Still anyone solution for my issue in this forum. I read different post but I don't find what I need ... then I decide to write this post

I have a Jailkik Chroot for the USER Salx with salxssh username for the ssh connection (in the option I set that dir: /var/www/clients/client2/salx.mywebsitedomain.com/web)

but when I connect via ssh ...

1. I am in this dir

/var/www/clients/web4/./home/salxssh

2. when I try do browse the directory I can reach the root! and see all webserver filesystem

I think something wrong

MY QUESTION IS!?

I have set the Jailkit CHROOT SHELL USER in ISPConfig or not!?

IF THE ANSWER IS NO I HAVE TO FOLLOW THIS STEPS TO SET A Jailkit CHROOT SHELL for the user?

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# Initialise the jail
mkdir /home/ssh
chown root:root /home/ssh
chmod 0755 /home/ssh
jk_init -j /home/ssh jk_lsh
jk_init -j /home/ssh ssh
# Create the account
jk_addjailuser -j /home/ssh test
# Edit the jk_lsh configfile in the jail; see man jk_lsh..
# You can use every editor you want; I choose 'joe'
joe /home/ssh/etc/jailkit/jk_lsh.ini
# Restart jk_socketd so that log messages are transferred
killall jk_socketd
jk_socketd
# Test the account
ssh test@localhost
# Check the logs to see if everything is correct
tail /var/log/daemon.log /var/log/auth.log

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thank you in advance


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