Originally Posted by harry edwards
There is normally an option to "jail" a user. so they can only see their home directory and sub-directories.
In /etc/vsftpd.conf set the following:
In /etc/vsftpd.chroot_list, put in those usernames who are allowed to change their root directory, those who are not in the list cannot change the root directory.
Once the above have been changed restart vsftp.
Hope that helps.
Thanks a lot for your response. It really worked fine.
I have got another problem
I want one user to upload files to ftp server. I have changed the ownership of the directory to that of the user. It is working fine in Internet explorer 6.0 i.e I copy a file and paste it. But with Mozilla firefox or opera or internet explorer 7.0 it cannot be done. Kindly guide me.