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RE: [Jailkit-users] Group management question

From: Al Sheldon
Subject: RE: [Jailkit-users] Group management question
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 08:07:23 -0700

I tried changing group ownership and it keeps coming back that the group
is not owned by 100 (i.e. users).  I am not sure which version I am
running, I will check that today and see if I need to upgrade.


Al Sheldon
Systems Administrator
Jefferson Behavioral Health
PO Box 1870
Grants Pass, OR 97528
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Olivier Sessink
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Subject: Re: [Jailkit-users] Group management question

Al Sheldon wrote:
> I would like to setup a user who can access specific directories of
> specific Jail users, in other words a master to only a select set of
> users on the server.

you'll need to make the data readable for a certain group, make the
directory owned by that group and 'set group id on execution' so all
files will have that group, set the umask (option 'umask = 002' in
jk_lsh.ini inside the jail) and add the master user as member of that
group (in both /etc/group and <jail>/etc/group).

> However if I relax the group permissions I
> believe that the users would be able to view each others data?  And if
> change the group from users to something I create I cannot connect
> an error that the group is not set to users). 

on the most recent jailkit (not sure if that is possible in 2.0, perhaps
only in CVS), there are new options for jk_chrootsh
'relax_home_group_permissions=1', and 'relax_home_group=1', that allow
you to have different group ownership and different permissions on the
users home directories.


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