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Old 9th July 2013, 17:33
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Default how to enable sshfs for chrooted shell users?

Hi,
i have configured a "shell user" called "toni" created from ispconfig web interface with "Jailkit" option.

i can correctly connect using ssh with this command:
Code:
ssh toni@server.example.com
but when i try to mount sshfs with this command:
Code:
sshfs toni@server.example.com:/web   /local_mountpoint
i get this error:
Code:
remote host has disconnected
is there a way to allow sshfs mount?
Thanks
L.
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Old 9th July 2013, 17:45
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if can help, when the user "toni" is logged on chrooted shell if send command
Code:
scp
gets error
Code:
unknown user 5048
and command
Code:
sftp
is not available and returns this
Code:
bash: sftp: command not found
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