Possible UID/GID bug in chrooted shells?

Martin Pool mbp at samba.org
Thu Jun 13 13:31:18 EST 2002

On 13 Jun 2002, Tom Worley <tom at worley.co.uk> wrote:
> On Thursday 13 June 2002 5:40 am, Martin Pool wrote:
> > What do you mean by that?  Their /etc/passwd shell is some "chrooted
> > session" program?  If  you wrote it please post the source, otherwise
> > what is the name.
> Setup as described here:
> http://tjw.org/chroot-login-HOWTO/
> (but with only the libs required for rsync, bash and su)
> Basically the shell is a wrapper that runs chroot (using sudo privaledges) 
> then su -'s to the user inside the chroot

And does that actually work with ssh when a command is passed?

What does 

  ssh luser at localhost id
  ssh luser at localhost pwd

show?  (You will need to install those commands into the jail.)


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