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Wed Mar 24 11:40:06 UTC 2010
On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 08:29:41AM +0800, Aiza wrote:
> This directory named empty has read/exec permissions.
> How do I delete it?
> # /usr/jails/newjail/var >ls -l
> total 2
> dr-xr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 Nov 21 22:53 empty
> # /usr/jails/newjail/var >cd empty
> # /usr/jails/newjail/var/empty >ls -l
> total 0
> # /usr/jails/newjail/var/empty >cd ..
> # /usr/jails/newjail/var >rmdir empty
> rmdir: empty: Operation not permitted
> # /usr/jails/newjail/var >rm -rf empty
> rm: empty: Operation not permitted
> # /usr/jails/newjail/var >chmod 777 empty
> chmod: empty: Operation not permitted
I'd suggest you don't remove it - from sshd(8):
chroot(2) directory used by sshd during privilege separation in
the pre-authentication phase. The directory should not contain
any files and must be owned by root and not group or world-
If you intend to run sshd in your jail, you'd be better off leaving it.
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