Adding sudo / mysql to jailed shell users

Discussion in 'General' started by xsas, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. xsas

    xsas New Member


    Is it possible to add the sudo and mysql command to jailed shell users?

    One of my client, with a not shared dedicated server has asked me, and although all the server is for him, i would like to have it controlled and don't give him more privileges than he is needed. Anyway he has applied it for me.

    I test a shell user, but with this way he can access to all the system.

    thanks a lot.
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Under System > Server Configuration > Jailkit you can add all applications that you want to have copied into the jails.
  3. xsas

    xsas New Member

    thanks for your help

    but it didn't work

    Finally, my client wants only some file management commands, zip, unzip, bzip2, bunzip2 and I added them to the "Jailkit chrooted applications".

    Even restarting apache and jailkit, the applicattions don't be copied into jail.

    what am i doing wrong?

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