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Old 11-12-2003, 01:39 PM   #1
cjpsparks
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vsftp- restricting root access


I am running a vsftp server but don't want the root account to be able to log in. Actually, I only need one account, ftp, to be able to log in. Is there any way to tell the server which accounts can have access? I didn't see anything like that in vsftpd.conf

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