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Old 11-21-2014, 09:03 PM   #1
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Angry proftpd help


Configured proftpd server on RHEL 6 server.

I need below requirement.

Users : user1 and User2 (Both users have one home directory. )
user1 --> /home/data
user2 --> /home/data

user1 can read+write+download+upload.
But user2 only can view and download.

Please help me to configure this task.


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# proftpd -v
ProFTPD Version 1.3.3g

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Thanks
 
Old 11-22-2014, 03:59 PM   #2
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Configured proftpd server on RHEL 6 server.
I need below requirement.

Users : user1 and User2 (Both users have one home directory. )
user1 --> /home/data
user2 --> /home/data

user1 can read+write+download+upload.
But user2 only can view and download.

Please help me to configure this task.
So why can't you set the directory to be 744, and owned by user1? Very basic directory permissions will do what you're after. After four years, have you not done anything with user groups/permissions?
 
  


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