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Re: [Savannah-hackers] sftp now working on Savannah: not really

From: Mathieu Roy
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers] sftp now working on Savannah: not really
Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 11:12:26 +0200 (MEST)
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En réponse à Jonathan Walther <address@hidden>:

> Thank you to everyone who helped out.  Arch is now usable in the most
> important sense on Savannah.
> I modified the login shell given to regular Savannah users, which fixed
> the sftp problem:
>   # Actually run it.
>   valid=yes
>   # Uncomment the lien bellow when the chroot jail actually works
>   #/usr/local/bin/savannah-sftp
>   # This line below works for now, but is not chrooted.
>   /usr/lib/sftp-server
>   # maybe it should use /usr/local/savannah/bin/savannah-sftp instead
>   ;;

In fact, it does not really fixed the sftp problem. We know how to make it works
not chrooted but we want it to be chrooted.

It does not fix our problem.

How did you modified the login shell?
 - it must be done via CVS
 - please remove unchrooted access

> I have one question; are the upload areas accessable from the web, so
> people can download things we upload?  Can we set up an anonymous
> account that has no password, that can do downloads from the upload
> directory?  If the upload directory is accessable from the web, we
> could
> do without the anonymous account.

The upload directory is available via http, per project.
Why do you want and sftp account? 

Mathieu Roy

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