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Old 01-03-2014, 08:42 AM   #1
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Changing user Directory when using VSFTPD

I would like to change the user directory for VSFTPD when the user logs in, instead of using the default home directory for them. I was looking at this post:
I am running an Ubuntu server. I could not find the line
I also could not find
so I could not specify the directory for the user. I would like to change it to /var/www/.
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