Re: Whats wrong with putting 'logout' in .bash_profile?
> And chown'ing that file too root?
During an SSH login the user can select a program to run, it may be possible to bypass the .bash_profile. SSH uses the user's shell to exec this program, so the shell itself can not be bypassed.
I.E. bash's --noprofile option.
What's wrong with rssh 2.3.0 tarball?
Strange, but every SourceForge mirror gives me corrupted files while trying downloading rssh 2.3.0 source code. But at the same time previous releases files downloaded OK.
Whats wrong with putting 'logout' in .bash_profile?
And chown'ing that file too root?
I'm a bit lost with rssh
So can anyone give me an example of command to rsync with rssh?
Anything like rsync some_dir restricteduser@host:~/another_dir give me errors.
A Linux firewall distribution.
A mail filtering manager, supporting Sieve, procmail, maildrop and IMAP filters.