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When I link files to user's home folders from my home folder so they can then access these files and copy content in them to their desktop's via ftp it gives them an error message saying just that it cannot copy the files. Is there a way to set up permissions or change something in my vsftpd.conf file to make this possible or is this just what happens when you link files instead of just straight copy them?
It's funny ive turned on almost all permissions and when i try to copy and paste a file I get an error, however when i try to copy and paste the entire linked folder i am allowed to. However, this would be a waste of time since my folders are so big.