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Old 01-27-2007, 04:21 AM   #1
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glftpd directory rights


Hello,

Is there a way to use/copy the local access permissions in glftpd. Atm users can login to the server through a shell. Some users are restricted to certain directories by setting the directory permission to 750 (or 700). Unfortunately this will also deny access for glftpd and so no one can access that same directory through ftp.

Any help is appreciated!

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