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hunterhunter 03-27-2006 04:41 PM

vsftpd & ssl - how do I tell if it's actually vsftpd maintaining the connections??
 
I installed vsftpd and set it up to use ssh.
How can I tell that it's actually vsftpd that's handling the logins, requests, authentication, and the data transfers?

I'm unsure how to do this.

I also have one more question. Is there a way to chroot() ssh users. Because apparently, in order to use ssh and vsftpd I have to let the clients have a valid shell, so I want to lock them in. It's set in the vsftpd config file to chroot them, but it's not. So I'm thinking it's either vsftpd that's not working correctly, or I need to chroot() the user with their .ssh/config in their home directory.

I appreciate the help, thanks!


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