Well, you only need one package, so take your pick, (wuftpd, proftpd, whatever)
sounds like you installed some servers so you just need to start one! have a look i
n the /etc/inetd.conf files and put this line in...
ftp stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/tcpd in.ftpd -a
now restart inetd and your server should be running! try to connect to it with the command "ftp localhost" it should give you the ftp servers welcome. (that can be changed!) rather than connection refused.
just make sure that in.ftpd in the correct server, though if you installed all these other ones then in.ftpd is bound to be there
the -a option indicated that the server should be configured via the /etc/ftpaccess file.
you can check out the config options with man ftpaccess. I know you dont want to read man pages but you'll have to in order to configure the server the way you want. If you only want anonymous access then that makes things a bit easier, basically your ftpaccess file should look somthing like this... (this is an EXAMPLE! I dont know how well it will work for you!)
class anon anonymous *
upload * /pub/icoming yes ftpadmin ftpadmin
path-filter anonymous /opt2/ftp/msgs/path.msg ^[-A-Za-z0-9._:space:]*$ ^\. ^-
chmod no anonymous
delete no anonymous
overwrite no anonymous
rename no anonymous
umask no anonymous
log commands anonymous
log transfers anonymous inbound,outbound
log security anonymous
Mines alot longer but this should get you under way. BTW man pages are your friend! Learn to read the man pages! they can take some getting used to, but in the long run they will free time more time than they use
I'm using wuftpd, just to let you know...