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Create a chrooted SSH/SFTP server on OS X
Authored by: jahama on Feb 17, '05 09:34:14PM

Schwie,

Did you have to move any passwd files around? I got to the test portion and it tells me "Permission Denied" after I put my password in. I tested the password, and it works outside of SSH. I think I'm close if I can just figure this one out.

Thanks!
Jay



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Create a chrooted SSH/SFTP server on OS X
Authored by: Schwie on Feb 25, '05 12:05:53AM
Jay,

No, I never had to move any passwd files from what I remember.

If you want a revised list of instructions in better english, I re-wrote the instructions, and these should work for you.

http://www.schwie.com/brad/macosxsftpchroot

Let me know if you hit anymore stumbling blocks. I'll add any recommendations you come up with.

When it works, its really slick! Best of luck to you.

Brad

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Create a chrooted SSH/SFTP server on OS X
Authored by: bsiu922 on Mar 15, '05 08:41:41PM

Do I use the latest version of the OpenSSH or use the 3.6.1, i try a few time and still get the connection refused when i do the testing



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