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RE: [Jailkit-users] Writing from an non-jailed account to a jailedone.

From: Al Sheldon
Subject: RE: [Jailkit-users] Writing from an non-jailed account to a jailedone.
Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 10:47:23 -0700


I got it.  I was being real dense.  I was trying to get multiple people
to connect to the same directory on login.  I have now set it up with
the individual logs into their own directory but can access the shared
directory (through a symbolic link) after logging in.  I am pretty sure
this is what you were trying to get across with the symbolic links and
it works perfectly for what I am doing.


Al Sheldon
Systems Administrator
Jefferson Behavioral Health
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-----Original Message-----
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Olivier Sessink
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Subject: Re: [Jailkit-users] Writing from an non-jailed account to a

John SALIK wrote:
> I wish to read and write files from a non-jailed account to a jailed
> How do I accomplish this?  I added the non-jailed account to the group
> of the jailed one, and attempted to change directory permissions...
> somehow, they magically revert (daemon running?).

then something else is going on, jailkit will never change the

suppose you have user mike in the jail /home/jail, and use jane outside
the jail.

put both mike and jane in group 'project1'
(in both /etc/group and /home/jail/etc/group)

create a directory /home/jail/project1
chown root:project1 /home/jail/project1
chmod g+sw /home/jail/project1
ln /project1 ~mike/project1 -s
ln /home/jail/project1 ~jane/project1 -s


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