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       jk_jailuser - a utility to put an existing user in a jail


       jk_jailuser [OPTIONS] <username> [more usernames]

       jk_jailuser --jail=/path/to/jail <username>


       The  jk_jailuser  utility  will  change  the  shell  of  an  existing  user  <username> to
       jk_chrootsh and change the home directory to  <jail>/./<previous-home-directory>,  and  it
       will  add  the user to <jail>/etc/passwd. On *BSD systems this is <jail>/etc/master.passwd
       and pwd_mkdb is used to generate the other password files.

       The jk_jailuser utility will abort if the <jail>/etc/passwd file is  missing,  or  if  the
       shell is missing in the jail.

       If <previous-home-directory> was already inside the jail, a /./ separator is placed on the
       correct location in the path. If the previous home directory was not in the  jail,  it  is
       changed.  In  interactive  mode  you  are  asked if you want to move the contents. In non-
       interactive mode the contents are only moved if the --move option is specified.


       -j --jail=jail
              The jail directory to use. This  jail  should  exist,  and  should  have  at  least

       -v --verbose
              Will give verbose output

       -h --help
              The help screen

       -m --move
              Move  the  contents  of the home directory inside the jail. If in interactive mode,
              jk_jailuser will ask if the directory should be moved if that is necessary. In non-
              interactive mode this option is disabled by default.

       -n --noninteractive
              No user interaction.

       -s --shell=shell
              The shell to use inside the jail. Defaults to /usr/sbin/jk_lsh


       jailkit(8)  jk_check(8)  jk_chrootlaunch(8)  jk_chrootsh(8) jk_cp(8) jk_init(8) jk_list(8)
       jk_lsh(8)  jk_procmailwrapper(8)  jk_socketd(8)   jk_uchroot(8)   jk_update(8)   chroot(2)


       Copyright (C) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Olivier Sessink

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