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provides an alternative service for most mailing lists.c.f. bug 424647
I dont know about restrict permisson to X11Forward for specified groups.
But you can type 'vipw' and change the shell from '/bin/bash' to
'/usr/lib/misc/sftp-server' for the user that you only want to have access
How secure this is I dont know, but it seems to work ;o)
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> Take a look in rssh. http://rssh.sourceforge.net/
> Its in Portage too!
> Helder Rodrigues
> Nick Gommans wrote:
> | Hello everyone,
> | I just had a question about SSH that (hopefully) someone can answer fo
> | Is there a way of setting up the SSH server to restrict permission to
> | extensions as X11Forwarding and Port Forwarding to members of specific
> | groups? How about restricting SSH to only allow a user to use the
> | service but have no interactive shell (In an effort to eliminate users
> | using FTP)?
> | Is there any way I can achieve this level of control in OpenSSH?
> | Thanks in advance,
> | Nick
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