On Friday 13 January 2006 06:50, Robby R. tried to type something
If you provide them SSH and have Ruby and RubyGems (with Rails
installed)… they should be able to play with it.
Or you can build a rail app to have them do so …
This was also meant seriously. I run a (small) hosting company, and have
people use rssh (www.pizzashack.org/rssh/index.shtml). This is a child
by ssh and therewith people can run sftp. A friend of mine runs
win/flash dev app), and uploads with sftp very nicely.
So with a web app you can have people install gems, or you can provide
with a default set, and make them available yourself when requested.
Depending on the people who login on, the following is good to keep in
When people have access to a shell prompt over ssh, they’re past the
perimiter (your firewall), and you have to keep a closer look at
exploits, rootkits and other flaws within your system.
A jailed ssh environment, can be done but has some angles, you should
“Who cares if it doesn’t do anything? It was made with our new
Triple-Iso-Bifurcated-Krypton-Gate-MOS process …”
My $Grtz =~ Gerard;