Mariners Mariners - 1 year ago 88
Linux Question

How to restrict a particular command in bash?

I have bash-3.2.tar.gz
I have all the tools needed to compile the bash. Now I need to restrict a command in the compiled bash binary, e.g. I want to restrict the command "kill" in the compiled bash binary. How to achieve this?

Thanks in advance.

Answer Source

It's not clear exactly what you're trying to do, so here are a few thoughts.

You can remove a command from bash before compiling it by editing the DEFSRC and OFILES variables in the builtins/ (before running configure).

You can disable a built in command using the enable command. For example, running enable -n kill would disable the builtin kill command, so that running kill would instead look for a file named kill in your $PATH.

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