|David Muckle 5417911e93||3 years ago|
|README.md||3 years ago|
|sshthinclient.sh||3 years ago|
A simple script to create a thin client / dumb terminal based on SSH.
This is theoretically compatible with any Linux system that uses
ssh, though it has been tested on Arch.
Set one TTY to autologin to some unprivileged user, such as
sshuser. Set the user’s
.profile to start this script, and logout once the script is done. Ideally, this will create a login loop, so once the user is finished with their ssh session, the TTY is immediately auto-logged back in.
All other TTYs should be disabled, save possibly one for maintenance / rescue situations.
SSHing to 127.0.0.1 will su to the superuser
sshadmin. This can be changed to any privileged user for maintenance purposes.
If at all possible, the BIOS / bootorder should be locked, so users cannot gain access to the machine. SSH can also be configured to record UserKnownHostsFile to