On Mon, 4 Apr 2005, Rob Gallagher wrote:
> So I'm thinking it requires some kind of login shell; would
> somthing like rbash do the trick or could I lock it down even
> further with a script that only allows the scp command to be
It needs a shell yes.
Note that you can specify in the public key which commands a key is
allowed to run. See man sshd and look at the 'AUTHORIZED_KEYS FILE
FORMAT'. specifying 'no-pty' in the key used might do what you want,
i'm not sure what command scp runs, but if its something distinctive,
specifying command='whatever-command-it-is' might help lock it down
additionally, there are restricted shells, as kevin mentioned.
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