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How to add additional commands to CageFS users in CloudLinux
Use SSH to log into your server as root.
Using your favorite text editor, open the file /etc/cagefs/conf.d/binutils.cfg
You will see a list of commands separated by commas on the line that starts with paths
paths=/bin/arch, /bin/awk, /bin/basename, /bin/cat, /bin/chgrp...
Append the full path of the command you want to add; one at a time, separated by commas to the end of the line. Once you have added what you want, save the file.
To apply the change, run the following command cagefsctl -r and you will see the following output:
**cagefsctl -r** WARNING: 10 CageFS currently mounted. If you proceed, CageFS will be temporarily disabled and unmounted. Do you want to continue (yes/no)? yes CageFS has been disabled Copying /usr/bin/git to /usr/share/cagefs-skeleton/usr/bin/git Updating users ... CageFS has been enabled Updating statuses of users ...