How would I set up permissions for an SSH connection? I'm thinking an SSH connection to a certain drive, and only that drive, and not being able to see all the other file systems. Just one drive. Is there software for that?
I'm using Ubuntu server 16.04.6.

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No software needed. You can achive it by creating a chroot jail

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