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Old 04-22-2004, 07:19 AM   #1
Registered: Apr 2004
Distribution: Debian
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How do I setup vsftp and private directories?

I have vsftp running and I have anon access with an upload dir. Upload is the only place they can write and cannot read from there. Actual system users can log in and they are sent to their home dir. I want to setup a private dir in the ftp that anon users cannot access but users with a name and password can. Not the system user who get chroot to their dirs, I want real users to continue to get to their home dirs, but virtual users who have no home dir or any other access to the server. I want to make a user and pass that will get them to the anon ftp dir but give them access to the private dir in there that the anon users cannot access. I've looked a little for some howto's and wanted to check here and see if anyone has a howto an this.




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