> >Without using additional software (such as wu-ftp, tcpwrapper), is it
> >possible to create an account that a user can only ftp into but cant
> >telnet, rsh or rlogin?
> >I've found a hackey way by giving the account a real shell (/bin/csh) to
> >satify the general restrictions of ftpd but set up a .login and .cshrc file
> >not owned by him that closes the connection. Is there a better way?
Here's where I claim my New years hangover got to me. DOH!!
As many quickly replied (and I should have remember) I just nee to
put an entry in /etc/shells that is the "phony shell" listed in the
users /etc/passwd file. In this case I created the following shell:
Thanks to the following people (and I'm sure there will be more response to
Mike Fletcher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Michael Maciolek <email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org (Johnie Stafford)
"Jim Meritt" <email@example.com>
DenBesten@cs.bgsu.edu (William C. DenBesten)
Dave Stern Software Productivity Consortium
Information Services Division 2214 Rock Hill Road
firstname.lastname@example.org Herndon, Virginia 22070
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