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Howto: Linux shell restricting access - nixCraft
    The best way to put Linux shell access restriction is to use special shell called nologin, which politely refuse a login. It displays a message that an account is not available and exits non-zero. It is intended as a replacement shell field for accounts that have been disabled or have other user level access such as ftp, pop3, smtp etc.

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Difference between Login shell and Non login shell - How ...
    A Login shell can be recognized by the following procedure. Execute the below command in shell. # echo $0. If the output is the name of our shell, prepended by a dash, then it is a login shell. For example -bash, -su etc. 2) Non login shells A Non login shell is started by a program without a login.

linux - How can I create a non-login user? - Super User
    Another solution to create a system user, using adduser :. adduser --system --no-create-home --group yourusername You can remove --group if you don't need group yourusername, and --no-create-home if you do need a home for this user.. As mentionned by py4on in comments, on some systems one may need to use the --disabled-login option in order to, well, disable login for this user.

bash - What are login and non-login shells? - Ask Ubuntu
    It is said that settings for non login shell to go into .bashrc file and login shell settings to go into .profile file. What is really meant by login and non-login shells? Please explain without ...

CentOS / RHEL : How to Change the login shell of the user ...
    The file /etc/shells the full paths for all the login shells available on the system. So, to set the particular shell, the shell entry must be present in /etc/shells file. To change the shell you can either user useradd or …

How to Block or Disable Normal User Logins in Linux
    Sep 08, 2017 · How to Block User Logins Using nologin Shell. This method works a little differently: it only blocks a user from accessing a shell. But he or she can log on to the system via programs such as ftp that do not necessarily require a shell for the user to connect to a system.. Additionally, it can allow you to block shell access to specific users in special scenarios.

linux - What is the difference between /sbin/nologin and ...
    There is little purpose to listing /sbin/nologin in /etc/shells. The standard effect of /etc/shells is to list the programs permissible for use with chsh when users are changing their own shell (and there is no credible reason to change your own shell to /sbin/nologin). The superuser can change anyone's shell to anything.

aix nologin shell - UNIX & Linux Forums
    is the nologin shell available in AIX 5.2? I am familiar with the nologin shell in linux and restricting shell access but still allowing ftp etc. Can this be done in AIX? I have not been able to locat The UNIX …

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