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Working with passwd(1), sysrc(8), service(8) in jail via CBSD
% cbsd passwd
% cbsd sysrc
% cbsd service
Commands from bsdconf.d module - is a wrapper around the standard FreeBSD sysrc(8), service(8), passwd(1) for adding jname argument for more convenient work with the services and password in jail from the master host.
Via jname= argument specified jail, all that comes after (except passwd, which has yet possible user= ) - not analyzed and treated appropriately utitites as is.
Example1: Mark sshd service in jail1 as active:
% cbsd sysrc jname=jail1 sshd_enable="YES"
Example2: Get list of services from jail1:
% cbsd sysrc jname=jail1 service -l
Example3: Enable sshd service in jail1:
% cbsd service mode=action jname=jail1 sshd enable
Example4: Start sshd service in all jails started with jail* jname :
% cbsd service mode=action jname='jail*' sshd start % cbsd service mode=action jname='jail*' sshd onestart % cbsd service mode=action jname='jail*' sshd status
Example5: Change password for root user in jail1:
% cbsd passwd jname=jail1
Example6: Change password for web user in jail1:
% cbsd passwd jname=jail1 login=web