[ubuntu-uk] FTP Server Problems - Help?
danielcase10 at googlemail.com
Tue Aug 10 21:37:43 BST 2010
That did it :)
On 10 August 2010 07:02, Simon Greenwood <sfgreenwood at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10 August 2010 03:28, Daniel Case <danielcase10 at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> I just set it in the config file:
>> It told me to uncomment the line which said something along the lines of:
>> DocumentRoot: ~
>> If i set it to an actual directory it will be fine, for example: /var/www
>> But then how do i set diff users diff directories?
>> On 9 August 2010 23:54, Simon Greenwood <sfgreenwood at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> That sounds really familiar but I haven't done anything with ProFTPD for
>>> a long time. How do you set up the chroot?
>>> On 9 Aug 2010 23:05, "Daniel Case" <danielcase10 at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi There guys, I have a little server that I use for testing purposes and
>>> im having some problems with FTP.
>>> I am using Ubuntu 10.04 and proftpd
>>> When I do not chroot local users it will go to there home directory when
>>> they log in (/home/ftp for my FTP user) but the problem with that is they
>>> can get out quite easily so i tried to jail them in the chroot.
>>> For some reason whenever I set that it puts the user straight into the
>>> root directory and doesn't let them into anything. I was expecting it to
>>> just chroot the user in /home/ftp
>>> I did put this on the Ubuntu Forum but it appears no-one could answer, i
>>> bumped it twice after it dropped from the fifth page...
> Ah, found it. You need to set the execute bit on the directory that you
> chroot a user to. That's a U*ix thing rather than a proftpd thing. Here's
> a guide to the old fashioned way to set it up.
> 1. http://aplawrence.com/Bofcusm/2512.html
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