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- logging in with tunnels but no shell
October 23, 2003, 1:32 pm
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I'm writing a distributed application at the moment that uses SSH as
its method of transferring data from computer to computer. I want to
create a private key that remote computers can use to log in to the
central server. But I don't want these keys to provide access to a
shell prompt. I want to provide a tunnel to MySQL, a tunnel to a
webserver, and perhaps SCP. Can I specify those things as part of the
If there's a place in the manual or a keyword that I need to be
searching for to find this info perhaps you could just tell me that.
Re: logging in with tunnels but no shell
You can specify
there, but I don't know of a way to specify a restriction on tunnels.
(If you decide to support scp, you'll want to allow a more exotic
program than "cat." Those have been discussed here already.)
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