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On Mon, 14 Aug 2000, Madhu Sudhan.S wrote:
> Can any one on the list please educate me on how to Create a private
> Unix Shell of my own, allowing only a few basic simple commands on that
There is a thing like bash --restricted. It does restrict
changing the PATH variable and cd'ing above the home directory. I hope you
can set the PATH variable to ~/bin, copy the commands you want him to use
to ~/bin. The shell will not allow it to use the commands like /usr/bin or
anyother with a / in the command.
> to work on that, like the ls, cd, etc.,. Other commands, like su, etc.,
> throw an error "Command not found".
Hopefully reading the docs will give u the complete info.
Bye and EnjoyLife....
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