On 11/20/2007 08:03 PM, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>> Set user's shell to /usr/bin/ksh -r)
>>
>> Now, every time he tries to log in via either ssh *or* sftp, I get the
>> following showing up in the syslog:
>>
>> Nov 19 10:21:09 hostname sshd[811106]: User bogus not allowed because
>> shell /usr/bin/ksh -r is not executable
>>

>
> It is literally with a space and -r. You don't use command line arguments
> in the passwd(5) file.
>
>
>> Anyone have any ideas? Am I missing something stupidly simple? (and yes,
>> /usr/bin/ksh *is* executable)
>>

>
> ls -l "/usr/bin/ksh -r"
>
> Maybe you can make a script rksh that runs ksh -r. Some systems already
> have a rksh for restricted ksh. (Check if you already have rksh.)
>

ln -s /usr/bin/ksh /usr/bin/rksh