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Old 4th October 2016
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Default ssh access control and limits per user

Is there a way to configure ssh such that a user is jailed to a certain subsection of the directory tree, has file-system limits (space quotas), and can not run any programs such that the only access to the system is sftp, scp, and rsync?
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