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Old 02-13-2004, 05:52 PM   #1
harsha_vardhan
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Exclamation vsftpd usage


Hi ,

I was getting myself accustomed to vsftpd , but was unable to figure this out ....

how do i share a particular directory"harsha" without actually copying it to /var/ftp

i tried using
mount harsha /var/ftp --bind
but this seems to erase the files which are already present in /var/ftp

so i want this directory "harsha" to be on my ftp server, without actually moving it to /var/ftp , in the process , keep the files which are already present in /var/ftp

any suggestions
 
Old 02-23-2004, 11:39 PM   #2
lil_slice
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You could just make a subdirectory, ie /var/ftp/harsha and mount it there.
 
  


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