Jailing an user
I would like to know if there is a way (well, there certainly is) to lock a particular user (or all users) in their home directory. This is exactly what i m looking for -
There is a centrally located Linux (RedHat 9.0) server to which users login to their shell accounts. Now what i want to do is to restrict the users to their home directory so that they cant move out of their home directory - in other words chroot $HOME - but that is only possible as r00t. i tried adding "chroot $HOME" line in /etc/bashrc but that can be executed only as root. So is there a way that whenever someone logs in - he cant move out of his home directory ----- both for FTP and shell...