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Re: [suse-security] chroot: ssh works, scp doesn't (more info)
/ 2004-01-23 16:21:58 -0000
\ Tom Knight:
> > > So it looks like scp doesn't like the login shell being
> > /bin/compart.jail
> > >
> > > There must be a way.....
> > blindly guessing:
> > echo "/bin/compart.jail" >> /etc/shells
> Worth a try I guess, even though ssh works fine.
> Just tried it, and no joy :-(
what I found by means of google:
| I suspect this won't work. Scp is nothing but a hardcoded command running
| over an ssh channel. When you scp a file to a remote host, your local
| host makes an ssh connection to the remote system and then runs a specific
| command on that remote system -- which means that you have to have a
| shell that, minimally, accept the '-c <command>' command line option.
| For example, the following command:
| scp file remotehost:
| Is largely equivilent to:
| ssh remotehost <shell> -c "scp -t ."
so please try again with
if that works, all you have to do is go back to your first try,
but don't forget to pass the command line arguments
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