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Old 12th August 2010, 14:47
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How can I add shell users to domain, but to limit directory permissions?

Each user to have access to his home directory. No access to parent, /web... any other dir out of his home dir?
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Old 12th August 2010, 15:31
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I do not think that it is possible to restrict the ispconfig ssh users in that way.
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Well... in ispconfig 2, there was possible... one user is "administrator", other have their own home directories and they are accessable via domain.com/~user

Is there other way to do this? (with linux users)?

I need x users with their own "upload" directory... then in domain/web I will make soft links to their upload's directories.

I have "didicated" server, so it it is possible with creating linux users... no problem. I need solution.
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Well... in ispconfig 2, there was possible... one user is "administrator", other have their own home directories and they are accessable via domain.com/~user
Yes, but thats not ISPConfig 2. ISPConfig 3 uses a virtual user setup as many users complained about the functionality from ispconfig 2 that the other ssh users were not able to access the web dir. If you need a system user based setup with separate ssh user web directories, then use ispconfig 2 or create the linux users manually.

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I need x users with their own "upload" directory... then in domain/web I will make soft links to their upload's directories.
Use FTP or webdav and not SSH. With FTP and webdav you can limit users to subdirectories.
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