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CageFS question sharing a directory

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by risharde, Dec 1, 2015.

  1. risharde

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    Hi everyone, I have a major problem that I am trying to solve.

    I have a cpanel addon which creates a directory near root, lets call it /exampledir

    Users are caged in /home/username and so cannot see any files in exampledir, nor execute any of the programs in exampledir which is a major problem for me.

    So they cannot access /exampledir and any sub directories

    The problem I have is this, if I decide to put configuration files into /home/username, the user will be able to tamper with the config files

    Is there something I might be missing regarding how to go about solving this issue?

    Any help would be appreciated, this is a major blow to my plugins' implementation on Cloudlinux :(
     
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