How to limit some user can using ssh in Debian 3.1

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Hi all,

I am using Debian 3.1 for the ftp server and I am using proftpd ..

And I just disocvered that proftpd can limit the user in their home directory under ftp client etc, but, I also open ssh on my server, if the user using the sftp client to connect to the FTP, it can bypass the home directory limited... it is not what I want to be ...

Can, do the Debian can limit some user can using ssh, but other user can not?

If, please teach me

Thx for your time.
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http://deepx.homelinux.net/chrooted-sft ... t_ssh.html

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