[nos-bbs] anyone doing multiple path perms in ftpusers ?
maiko at pcsinternet.ca
Fri Apr 24 21:44:48 EDT 2020
As a work around (IF you are using 2.0n beta), you could try this :
./jnospwmgr -a ve4klm -r "/jnos/public 0x0407f /tmp 0x00002"
example only of course, but this way the original path as set in ftpusers
is preserved, just make sure '-# ' has the primary permission value. My
WHAT command came to life after I played with the above.
It's a workaround for now, should have this fixed 'properly' soon ...
On 23/04/2020 3:14 p.m., Ron Gibson wrote:
> Hi Maiko,
> I use the multi path:perm feature with the ftpperm user. It allows a
> generic user to only read from one folder while being only allowed to
> write to another.
> Not a deal breaker if it needs to be removed.
> On 4/23/2020 4:03 PM, Langelaar wrote:
>> I've run into a snag, a big pain in the neck actually ...
>> The JNOS code uses this function 'permcheck' that works in such
>> a way as to imply it is allowed to specify multiple path:perm sets
>> in ftpusers :]
>> Yes I did see that when doing the no-ftp users change, but I went
>> ahead with this anyways, seeing I thought there was NO documentation
>> on it, so I took another look at the JNOS user guide, and yeah, there
>> is a very small and brief mention of it, enough to now grab my attn.
>> Is anyone on this list or does anyone know anyone not onthis list that
>> actually uses the multiple path:perm feature ? Actuallynot a bad idea,
>> but it looks like I am going to have to accomodate this some how ?
>> Maiko / VE4KLM
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