Feature request: allow chrooted directory writable by others
cjwatson at debian.org
Thu Jul 18 18:50:35 AEST 2019
On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 12:24:30PM +0200, Ramón García wrote:
> Note that this is extremely restrictive in practice. Even if one is
> very careful and only allows specific users to write (with acls)
> openssh refuses to chroot to that directory. And when one has to work
> with a speficied directory layout, required for compatibility with
> existing applications, it makes it very hard to implement a sftp file
If you have very specific layout requirements, I wouldn't use OpenSSH.
At work we have SFTP servers implemented using Twisted Conch, which lets
us implement our own custom authentication/authorisation arrangements
and our own virtual file system layout. This works well for us because
we're a Python shop, but I'm sure there are other possibilities too.
Colin Watson [cjwatson at debian.org]
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