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Just install vsftpd on Centos 5.2 system
but not able to start it, anyone has some idea?
[root@example lib]# /etc/init.d/vsftpd start
Starting vsftpd for vsftpd: /usr/sbin/vsftpd: error while loading shared libraries: libwrap.so.0: failed to map segment from shared object: Permission denied
Not an answer to your question but I'll toss this out there. We had trouble on a CentOS install getting FTP to work, we were under a deadline so we looked into SCP and it worked perfectly. So much so that we never revisited the FTP issue. I had forgotten about it until reading your post. SCP works. WinSCP is a free download client that works on Windows boxes. And no passwords or data is sent in the clear. A big plus from my point of view.
For whats it's worth I thought it worth mentioning here.
Already try locate and find that file yesterday,file permissions/group/owner is the same as others.
I also think it might be selinux's problem even no error show on /var/log/messages, will try restorecon tonight.