I'm a Linux noob, so I'm sorry if this questions is in any way stupid or if I'm doing something horribly wrong.
I have set-up a Linux (Debian 3.0) machine, basically as a learning experience (since I have no Linux background whatsoever) and to have a realistic testing environment for my websites. So I installed Apache, MySQL and PHP and it all worked nicely. I then installed proFTPd and it worked very nicely, too. But then I did an "apt-get upgrade" and all of a sudden, it no longer accepts any of my logins. I checked the config file and even replaced it with a backup copy but that didn't help either.
Here's what I get when I telnet it (I did this on the Linux box via SSH)
Status: Connecting to localhost...
Status: Connected with localhost. Waiting for welcome message...
Response: 220 ProFTPD 1.2.10 Server (localhost) [127.0.0.1]
Command: USER ftptest
Response: 331 Password required for ftptest.
Command: PASS ********
Response: 530 Login incorrect.
To be absolutely sure that the login was correct, I created a new user with a simple password but when I tried to login with that user I got the same message (The login works for SSH, so it has to be correct).
Here's my proftpd.conf
Umask 022 022
I'm really confused and out of ideas so if anybody can give me a hint, it would be much appreciated.
Thanks a lot in advance!
P.S.: I wasn't quite sure where to post this so if this is in the wrong forum, I'm sorry.