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hello.
     i am using aix 4.3.3 , i want to limit my users to very specific actions and directories . i have a ssh (secured shell) file but it is not very good , it does not suport pipes (the command "cat a.a | more" does not work ) and you can also  by pass its limitions , i have got two qeustions :

1)does not suporting pipes is a stantard of secure shells ?
2)where can i find a good secure shell?
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by:bira
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Try www.ssh.com

  My ssh is from there and piping works well.
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by:chris_calabrese
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www.freessh.com is another good source.
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by:ahoffmann
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probably you want somthing like rksh, not ssh.
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i tried both sites and couldnt download nothing from them , any other places ?
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as I understand the question, ssh is not what you're looking for, but a restrected shell (AIX has such a thing).
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by:hagaiy
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who can i use it ?
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by:bira
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Enter

       ksh -r
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by:hagaiy
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this is what i wanted ,
        thankes . ( to ahoffmann and bira).
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