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Old 11-19-2004, 03:38 AM   #1
Gero
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ftp server with upload permission


I'm busy setting up a ftp server.
I want to be able to upload files with one account (so that not everyone who can download things can upload to) and I want to create another account people can download with.

I also want people not to be able to remove files from the upload directory. I managed to get the ftp server running and to only allow logged in users to upload, but they can delete my files.
Im using vsftpd to get it done.

Does anyone know how i can achieve what i want?
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