Installing to SME 7.x 8.x 9.x 10.x
yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-remoteuseraccess
Then open server manager:
server-manager > Remote Access > Remote User Access
Configure users as required
Individuals can be changed with the modify link next to their name.
A user can upload his own ssh keys using the UserManager
- To use SSH, SSH access must be enabled with the /server-manager > Remote Access panel.
Users can then use a ssh client such as putty or a sftp client sush as winscp or filezilla
- To use FTP, FTP access must be enabled with the /server-manager > Remote Access panel.
When users FTP into the sme server they are allowed to view ibays, primary and some system information. By chrooting the user you restrict the user to below that directory. This isn't a security problem, files are protected with normal permissions, chrooting saves users time traversing to their regular uploading area.
You can globally set FTP chroot with the following
You can chroot all users to their home directory with the command.
config setprop ftp ChrootDir home
or an ibay (where the ibay name is mission)
config setprop ftp ChrootDir mission
or anywhere on the filesystem ibay
config setprop ftp ChrootDir /opt
to return to default settings of /home/e-smith/files/
config delprop ftp ChrootDir
Only released version in smecontrib are listed here.