Policy for a user that can't write any files (apart from in /tmp).

Josef Karthauser joe at FreeBSD.org
Wed Jan 21 09:40:05 PST 2004

Is it possible now-a-days with MAC, etc, to set a per user policy such
that the user doesn't have permissions to write to the file system?
I've got a remote user that's logging in to make backup, and it would be
really cool to prevent them from modifying anything with out futzing
with file permissions and groups.

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