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Re: [Jailkit-users] Can't log in completely.

From: John SALIK
Subject: Re: [Jailkit-users] Can't log in completely.
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 12:28:04 -0400

1) Hello again, I found the problem.  The /home/jail/etc/passwd file did
not use bash as a login shell.  I changed it so that it used /bin/bash.

2) When I do log in, I get this annoying little error(ASCII art removed!):

address@hidden:~$ ssh address@hidden
address@hidden's password:

Last login: Thu Aug 10 12:19:32 2006 from localhost
bash: groups: command not found

How can I eliminate this error?

On Thu, 10 Aug 2006, Olivier Sessink wrote:

> John SALIK wrote:
> > I set up a new user on a fresh system and moved it to an initialized jail.
> [..]
> > The motd appears, but the connection is closed.  Why does this happen?
> please check the log files, and check if you have loggin enabled inside
> your jail, either with jk_socketd or with syslogd.
> > How do I delete a jailed user so I can start over again?
> deluser, and remove the users line from <jail>/etc/passwd
> regards,
>       Olivier
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