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Old 01-28-2003, 07:54 PM   #1
zmerch
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Question vsftpd virtual user help


Installed RedHat 8.0 - Happy to get away from proftpd -- but a bit of a learning curve to vsftpd...

Anyway, I have vsftpd up & running happily except 1 thing: My virtual users (which are set up per the example files) needed to access virtual website storage areas can upload, download, chmod, whatever -- except delete/overwrite files.

I have checked & rechecked permissions, real users, virtual users & logins, and many other things -- and for now I've created a different real user that can access that site correctly... but it's a bit of a hack.

Is there a dedicated mailinglist / blog / web archive / whatever for vsftpd? If not, should I make one? ;-)

Thanks,
Roger "Merch" Merchberger
 
  


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