Connect from distance!
freebsd at meijome.net
Sat Aug 13 11:43:02 GMT 2005
Carstea Catalin wrote:
> How can i "share" ( with chmod for example ) for only some users ( web
> programmers ) only one directory where they can put his web pages.
> Ex : "share" : /var/www/html/dir1
> for user1,user2,user3
> If user1 make ssh on my server he can view,read,modify,remove only files
> from /var/www/html/dir1
easiest, make the programmers members of the user's groups. make sure
the /var/www/html/dir[1|2|3] directories are g+rw , and u-rwx
You'll have to add the user/group the webserver is running as to those
user's groups too.
> If exist another solution for my web programers ( secure solution ) to work
> from distance on my web server please tell me.
I suggest you don't give full ssh access, but rather access via SFTP,
setting the user's shell to scponly (ports tree, shells/scponly , IIRC)
, or even better, scponlyc (chrooted version of scponly), which is part
of the scponly port and can be built with a special flag. The users will
be able to upload/download files securely, edit them in their remote
computers and upload them again. Most good quality web editing software
understands SFTP nowadays.
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