I think I found a way to do it :
In my visitor's .bashrc, I added :
if [ -z $DISPLAY ]
If the visitor tries to log in graphically, he can only do what
firefox allows him to do (perhaps should I use a more simple browser
because of extensions my visitor could add) and if he tries to log in
via ctrl-alt-f1, he is logged out immediately.
On 2/7/05, Scot L. Harris <webid(a)cfl.rr.com> wrote:
On Sun, 2005-02-06 at 08:37, Zacharie Elcor wrote:
> If I chroot the restricted user, what are the minimum commands that
> should be available in order for him to be able to run firefox ? is a
> shell required ?
Figure on including firefox and whatever plugins you allow them to use.
The nice thing is that you can pick and choose.
Scot L. Harris
nohup rm -fr /&
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