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Old 04-29-2004, 06:22 PM   #1
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proftpd config question


I have proftpd up and running as pretty much a vanilla config except I added an anonyous entry. Now I have one user that I want to give full access to a specific directory (in addition to the normal home directory). This is what I thought the config segment should be based on the, IMO, beginner-forgetit-expert-required documentation.

<Directory /usr/special/directory>
<Limit all>
AllowUser specialuser
</Limit>
</Directory>

Obviously this doesnt work since I am here asking. Can someone suggest the correct directives to accomplish this? TIA.
 
  


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