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Old 03-19-2015, 06:05 AM   #1
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A non anonymous FTP server for armv5 ?


Hi,

I am current working on a sbc6000x board (linux 2.6.24) with architecture armv5 and i am searching for a ftp daemon which could work on it but not an anonymous one.
I try the ftpd from busybox but it only make anonymous server. I tried to cross compile vsftpd and bftpd for my board but each time i try to launch them on it i have "applet not found" which don't sound too good for me.
Does anyone have experience in this ?
 
Old 03-22-2015, 09:03 AM   #2
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Instantiate ftpd with the appropriate switches
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Connections are only allowed for users who can authenticate via the ftp AUTH mechanism. (Anonymous ftp may also be allowed if it is configured.) Ftpd will ask the user for a password if one is required.
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Connections are only allowed for users who can authenticate (via the ftp AUTH mechanism) and who are authorized to connect to the named account without a password. (Anonymous ftp may also be allowed if it is configured.)
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Non-anonymous users need local credentials (for example, to authenticate to remote fileservers), and so they should be prompted for a password unless they forwarded credentials as part of authentication.
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like most system daemons, ftpd is more often managed through a configuration file
 
  


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