- I have a lab of computers used by a dozen students.
- Each computer mounts a specific NFS share with a few directories in it, visible to all students.
- Some of the students need a place on the network to save their Project's data, so it becomes available on all of the lab computers.
- For security and privacy reasons, I'd like to hide the list of directories inside the shared workspace, in such a way that if a certain student executes the
lscommand, he/she can see only their own directory, thinking it is the only one there.
- I remember back in the days when I used to work for an ISP using Sparcs running Unix, if a user were to try to list the contents of the /home directory, they'd see only their own (those were the times we used to give them shell accounts to access their mail using the
Anyone can tell me what's the appropriate
chmod command syntax for this?