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Old 05-30-2004, 12:59 AM   #1
DCT
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Exclamation VSFTPD Debian VSFTPD "unrecognised variable in config file"


I just installed Debian 3.0r2, used apt-get to install vsftpd, grabbed the config file from my Mandrake machine that I know works, fine tuned it for the Debian box, and I get:
"500 OOPS: unrecognized variable in config file" when I run vsftpd. I have checked every directive against the vsftpd man on the Debian box, and they all check out ok, spelling and all...

Anyone else have this problem?? It's killing me...

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