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When I try and run vsftpd from the shell (su to root) it just hangs. I can get back to the cursor using ctrl-c and would be very grateful for ...
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    VSFTPD Hangs


    When I try and run vsftpd from the shell (su to root) it just hangs. I can get back to the cursor using ctrl-c and would be very grateful for any suggestions on where to start.
    I have had it working successfully previously although not in the last week or so. I'm running FC3 and have yum downloading updates overnight so am wondering whether this might be the problem? I've already tried yum remove & install to get it back working again.

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    Can you specify -vvv for verboseness with vsftpd to try to generate some output?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarumont
    Can you specify -vvv for verboseness with vsftpd to try to generate some output?
    man you never leave anything for other people to even try to begin helping with LOL

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