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Not precisely what you are requesting, but the "sudo" command could be
used to allow your admin root access to certain commands only.
See "man sudo" and "man visudo". The /etc/sudoers file has examples of
this sort of functionality, but should only be edited using the visudo
On Sun, 2011-10-16 at 14:17 +0530, Benjamin wrote:
> I want to configure restricted shell for one of my server.
> I want to allow specific commands only to my local admin , means he
> can use only commands which i allowed for him.no more commands or any
> other bash facility he can't use.
You can look into "chroot"ing, where the other person has a different
root directory, and all the sub-directories, and you copy the commands
that they're allowed to use into their directory tree.
Of course, to do this properly, you also need to make sure that they
can't use a compiler, else they can create their own commands.
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