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  • SFTP chrooted and ownership problem

    jeremiasz - - SSH

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    No, it's Dell R210. The root is mounted on hdd 160gb, formatted when installing omv. The sftp plugin works and user can log into the system but he's not chrooted and just logged directly in / and has access to / ofc. So it wasn't working for me and I've removed it from omv. Temporarly I'm using other omv box in the same rack but still need to fix the / permissions like gderf said. I"ll let You know if it works.

  • SFTP chrooted and ownership problem

    jeremiasz - - SSH

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    But after "755 /" I need to set the proper permissions to other subfolders so I think it's not so simple like chmod 755 /. This box is still under construction so I haven't done any backup image of the system drive yet. Do You think that cause of a problem could stick in luks? I'm using omv plugin.

  • SFTP chrooted and ownership problem

    jeremiasz - - SSH

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    ok gderf, I understand that it should be 755 on . and .. also but how to set it up in the running system?

  • SFTP chrooted and ownership problem

    jeremiasz - - SSH

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    Source Code (5 lines)this the / of file system if I understand You correctly. Or if You mean the / of the chrooted account (/srv/dev-disk-by-label-lustro/esftp/bik) as it is set the home dir of the bik user and here is output Source Code (4 lines)

  • SFTP chrooted and ownership problem

    jeremiasz - - SSH

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    ryecoaaron, I've tried it out secondly when editing sshd_config failed for me. Tried it but it wasn't working anyway so I've removed it. gderf, it is. Source Code (2 lines)

  • SFTP chrooted and ownership problem

    jeremiasz - - SSH

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    Hi there, I've got a problem with chrooted SFTP. This is the fresh install of OMV (4.1.27-1). Auth.log says: Source Code (5 lines)In the sshd_config I've add: Source Code (6 lines)The specified folder bik has a 755 permissions ofc. I've red all the threads about chrooting sftp and most of the problems was with permissions. Mine is different I think, sshd is trying to chroot this user to / instead to his home dir specyfied in sshd_config. Please advice 'cause I'm stuck and don't have any clue any…