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Old 08-25-2003, 08:38 AM   #1
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vsftpd query


Hi, i have went thru most of the thread in this forum regarding the vsftpd program.

I have managed to bring up my ftp server using cirtual users and have confined all of them to a directory. i have 1 more question which i cannot seem to find an answer to.

I intend to allow each virual user different access to different directories on my hard disks. How should i go about for this? While this thread is being posted, i am still trying to figure out the answers, pls advice.
 
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