Questions about: chroot

When you have a chroot of another system for example in /srv/nfs4/netboot/ you can set a name for this chroot in /srv/nfs4/netboot/etc/debian_chroot (in my case it's a nfs4 pxe netboot drive): user@host:~# echo "netboot" >/srv/nfs4/netboot/etc/deb
Who can execute ‘sudo’?We can run ‘/usr/sbin/visudo‘ to add/remove the list of users who can execute ‘sudo‘. $ sudo /usr/sbin/visudoA screen shot of ‘/usr/sbin/visudo‘ file, looks something like this: The sudo list looks like the below string, by def
I want to give a client access to my server, but I want to limit those users to their home directories. I will bind-mount in any files I want them to be able to see. I've created a user called bob and added him to a new group called sftponly