SFTP chroot: Writable root
guettliml at thomas-guettler.de
Fri Jan 5 03:14:46 AEDT 2018
(this is the third try. In the previous mails the body was empty)
I set up a chroot sftp server by following this guide:
Things work well, with one exception:
The root directory is not writable.
The above docs give a hint how to work around this.
But this is just a work-around.
In my context I need a writable (ch)root directory.
Is there a way to get both?
- writable root
Currently it does not work
===> sftp mysftpuser at remote-host: <<< $'put foo.txt'
Connected to remote-host.
Changing to: /
sftp> put foo.txt
Uploading foo.txt to /foo.txt
remote open("/foo.txt"): Permission denied
Here the permissions:
remote-host:~ # ls -ld /home/mysftp/
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Dez 20 14:17 /home/mysftp/
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