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Old 09-07-2004, 05:09 PM   #1
minitiss
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Proftpd - directories [homedir + ftpdir] - need help


Hello.

I'm new at proftp and I have a some problemes.

I want every ftp-user to have access to the 'homedir' (/home/users) and at the same time access to a 'ftpdir' (/ftp) and I can't find and easy way to do this.

I've tried to symlink but that didn't work. The linked files didn't resolve. And I couldn't access the linked files.

Any easy way to do this?


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