Linux User Permissions
#1

Okay, another question about linux.

I have finaly managed to setup a user and let him be able to run a sa-mp server through ssh, and have ftp access.
Now the problem is, this user can also view all core files of my VPS, he cannot edit them, but still I don't want him to have access to any other folder except his sa-mp root folder.
How can I set this?

Using, Linux Centos 6.5
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#2

chown him to that folder, also depending on what FTP server you're using you may have to change some settings.
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#3

You don't have to worry in most cases. The user does not have access to /root nor any other users directory in /home on CentOS.
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Originally Posted by Mellnik
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You don't have to worry in most cases. The user does not have access to /root nor any other users directory in /home on CentOS.
He said that he can see but not edit them, which I'd agree that I wouldn't want people seeing all the files on my server.
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