On Fri, 2005-03-25 at 09:19 -0500, Grant Peel wrote:
I can't answer this directly - I did look for the same thing but
couldn't see how to do it (so I'd be really interested if you finda
way). I got the feeling that it needs a shell by definition.
But when I was looking, I noticed that security/openssh-portable has the
which doesn't seem to exist for security/openssh and maybe tightens
things up a bit.
Closer to what you want might be would be rssh, but I've never tried
using it so can't comment further:
rssh is a Restricted Secure SHell that allow only the use of sftp or
It could be use when you need an account (and a valid shell) in order to
execute sftp or scp but when you don't want to give the possibility to
in to this user.