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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by E f E d H h H, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. E f E d H h H

    E f E d H h H Member

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    login as: fxhostin
    fxhostin@67.18.58.226's password:
    -jailshell-2.05b$ cd -
    -jailshell: cd: OLDPWD not set
    -jailshell-2.05b$ cd ~
    -jailshell-2.05b$ cd /usr
    -jailshell-2.05b$ cd~
    -jailshell: cd~: command not found
    -jailshell-2.05b$ mkdir /usr/test
    mkdir: cannot create directory `/usr/test': Permission denied
    -jailshell-2.05b$


    Has my host denied me to make any directories?
     
  2. jester.ro

    jester.ro Well-Known Member
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    jail shell means you can only create stuff in your own homedir

    not in /usr

    why would you want to create a directory in /usr ? it wouldn't be accessible anyway :)
     
  3. E f E d H h H

    E f E d H h H Member

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    How do I get to my home dir?
     
  4. fastduke

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    Even if you didn't have a jailshell I would hope that /usr isn't writable to everyone!
    When you login it to the server: You are in your directory. Most likely /home/user_name/
     
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