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how do i restrict ssh users to only their folders in ubuntu

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OK users come in via winscp over ssh into a server we have setup to dump files. We want to stop the user from going out of thier directory. We tried rbash but winscp does not work with rbash so back to the normal bash shell
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Open SSH does just what i wanted with no third party plugins. Anyone interested should check it out
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Great
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