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ho do you close ln ssh command?
Does anyone know how to stop sys links between files and directories?
I don't quite understand your request. Please provide an example of what you are trying to accomplish.
If you're talking about a symlink, just rm it.
You mean symlinks?
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Only things I can think of:
1. You can exclude access to the ln binary. This doesn't prevent a user from copying the binary from another similar system though.
2. You can lock down your directories properly. RFX's LES tool can help you with this.
3. Not use a filesystem that supports symlinks. That would something like FAT but of course that's not a very attractive option at all.
And, by the way, what's your rationale for wanting to do this? There should be no reason to do this on any reasonably secure UNIX-like system.
Last edited by fastdeploy; 01-01-2007 at
If you wish to close the ssh access then you can disable the binary /usr/bin/ssh or if it is that you wish a particular group then try editing sshd.conf. If it is not then please give in the particulars