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chroot user using jailkit

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Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Hi,

Have got jailkit up and running on ubuntu 9.10 server box have jailed user to use just scp and sftp
using jk_jailuser -m -j /srb/jail "username"

My question is when I scp in as user I first of see .ssh folder and .bash file also I can go up directory level and see the jailed environment.

Is there any way that i can hide these folders or stop user from seening them
User setting

home directory /srv/sftpjail/./home/username
shell /usr/sbin/ch_root

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