What's happen if you perform the same attempt after entering in terminal :Is the new folder still without any permissions ?Code:umask 022
Yes, it's easy to use and really powerful
Yes, but i won't use it
No, the GUI has to be improved
This maybe to late to post on here and if it is then forgive me but i'm getting a fatal error
Fatal: AllowUser: directive not allowed in server config text on line 47 of /etc/proftpd.conf
can anyone help?
Hopefully this helps..
Try to jump a line and make the limit login part look like that :Except that, it looks good (i mean no syntax error)Code:<Limit LOGIN> AllowUser John AllowUser chuck DenyALL </Limit>
That didn't work... actually i got a different message...fatal: unknown configuration directive '<limit' on line 94
Last edited by Chuckpaxton; July 1st, 2006 at 07:19 PM.
Ok I'm dumb the thing you told me to do did work. But once i tried to bring it online I got the new error message.
Ok, I was able to setup proftpd. I'm able to connect to my download, upload directory. But, how can I get access to my /var/www directories?
I host a site on my server, and the path is in the /var/www. What do I have to add in the proftpd.conf in order to be able to upload my files?
ok, thank you.
But if I mount that folder, then all my users are going to have access to it, right? I setup a second user, and I logged in and I saw that he has access to the same /var/www as my own user.
Last edited by horatiub; July 2nd, 2006 at 07:50 AM.