SFTP ls command returns no files

I created a new user called phone for the client, and created a new directory /home/phone as his home directory. Next create some files for testing purpose.

Then modify /etc/ssh/sshd_config to set chroot configuration

But logging in with this new user and run ls command, no files are listed, it returns nothing.. But if I run ls in ssh, the files are shown.

After trying lots of time, the reason is found: It’s because there is no “x” permission for /home/phone directory..

What is “x” permission?

The “x” permission for directory is used to traverse directory. And the “x” permission for file is for file execution.

Then run following command to add “x” permission for /home/phone

And try running ls command in sftp again, the issue is fixed now, we can see files are listed now.

mvn add jar file to local repository

Did you ever want to put a local jar library file into your deployment jar file, but the library file is not available on public repository (or you don’t want to put it on public repository?)

One possible method is to add maven dependency with scope and systemPath property

<dependency>
<groupId>aeszip</groupId>
<artifactId>aeszip</artifactId>
<version>1.0</version>
<scope>system</scope>
<systemPath>${project.basedir}/WebContent/WEB-INF/lib/aeszip.jar</systemPath>
</dependency>

But using scope and systemPath has a problem, that is when I run mvn package to build a package, the dependency will not be included, so running the application on another machine will always complain NoClassDefFoundError or ClassNotFoundException

So a better method is to use mvn install:install-file plugin

This will add AesZip.jar to your local maven repository. When running mvn package to create package, the dependent libraries will be included into the generated package