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Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by md3vxx, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. md3vxx

    md3vxx Guest


    We are looking for a mechanism to implement SCP/SFTP within Plesk 7.5.2. We have used an application called scponly but it also allows full viewing of the system root - e.g. it does not create a caged bash.

    Does anyone know of a way to implement this in Plesk 7.5.2 without breaking Plesk's configuration?

    We would like to be able to specify a users shell as 'scponly' so that they may SFTP files to the server but NOT have SSH access - when when the SFTP, they can ONLY access their domain file area.

    Any advise/input would be appreciated.
  2. luksa

    luksa Guest

    configure scponly with --enable-chrooted-binary .... and RTM :)
  3. md3vxx

    md3vxx Guest



    I have done this previously but the customer who is using the scponly binary is able to browse up to the /home/httpd.

    For example, if the users domain directory is:


    They are able to browse up to:


    But beyond that they get a access denied error. Any idea why this is possible or what I've mis-configured?