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Old 08-27-2007, 07:04 PM   #1
Registered: Dec 2002
Location: Ohio
Distribution: LFS, Ubuntu
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Proftpd Limiting Directory Listings

Hi i am working on a config file for my ftp server. I am trying to set it up so that the users have their home directories but they are not locked to that so that some other users can access files which they have permission too in different directories...i know that didnt come out right...

this is the basic look i want

for a user who is only allowed in their home directory and they use the LIST command
----- if they are in /

----- if they are in /Volumes

----- if they are in /Volumes/raid

----- if they are in /Volumes/raid/Users
but if they are a user that can access other files in other directories it should look like this...

----- if they are in /
and it would go on the same and only show the directories that they have permission to view.


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