CageFS - Does it matter if user has Jailed or Regular shell?
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Hello,
If I am using CageFS, does it matter if user has jailed or regular shell?  Is there any difference?
Thanks.
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  1. 24.12.2012 10:12:54
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Richard Hordern Accepted Answer
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I was told by CloudLinux support to always set accounts to normal shell when using cagefs.
  1. 24.12.2012 11:12:14
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Ok, thanks.  I was not able to find this in the documentation anywhere.  Maybe I am blind...
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  1. 02.02.2014 01:02:56
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That's and old one (thread) but really, why normal ?
SFTP and shell access are working with jailed shell too.

I know it's already caged and I see the same directories with normal -and- jailed, just curious why  :D
  1. 02.02.2014 07:02:32
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Inside CageFS jailshell acts same as regular shell -- as it has no real reason to exist. CageFS already provides \"jailed\" environment.
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