Contributed by merdely on from the go-to-your-room dept.
Pete asks Undeadly:
I'm pretty sure this must be a fairly common requirement: migration from ftp to a secured access file repository. But Google is not too forthcoming.
Has anyone successfully gotten an OpenBSD server running with (a subset of all) user accounts that can only scp/sftp in their /home/directory and no shell access? I'm trying to avoid re-inventing the wheel, so a suitable systrace policy method would be ideal. I've looked at 'scponly', but it's a bit messy and hack-like.
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