On my server I want to create accounts that can do SSH in a chroot environment. On the internet I searched for tools and I found Jailkit. In this post I will tell how I installed Jailkit on Ubuntu server 9.10, created a jail and how users are added to the jail. Note that most commands in this tutorial should be executed as su or sudo.
First I installed Jailkit by using the following commands:
# cd /tmp
# wget http://olivier.sessink.nl/jailkit/jailkit-2.11.tar.gz
# tar -zxvf jailkit-2.11.tar.gz
# cd jailkit-2.11
# make install
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In part 1 I described the requirements and hardware for my home server. In this post I will tell about unpacking and assemblage of the home server.
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I recently decided to build my own Ubuntu home server with the following requirements:
- Low energy consumption
A friend of mine recommended the Asus EEE Box. However, this machine was released a year ago and the price didn’t drop much. And besides, Intel recently released the new Atom generation. Therefore I decided to build my own machine with the following components:
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