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Secure SFTP Configuration that Allows SFTP User Write Access

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http://serverfault.com – I'm attempting to setup OpenSSH on Ubuntu 12.04 to allow the following User can only SFTP (no shell access) User can write (upload) files Access is secure such that no user can view another user's files and cannot compromise the server To that end I attempted to setup Chroot following https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Configuring http://www.serverubuntu.it/SFTP-chroot Unfortunately I seem to have hit a brick wall summarized by the following: It's ChrootDirectory ownership problem, sshd will reject sftp connections to accounts that are set to chroot into any directory tha (HowTos)