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After searching around the vsftpd site, reading the man pages and quick google search I am unable to find out how to change the default upload location for an anonymous ...
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    vsftpd


    After searching around the vsftpd site, reading the man pages and quick google search I am unable to find out how to change the default upload location for an anonymous user... even better how I could make an FTP user that has chroot() and recursive access to /data1/ -> I was able to get PAM logins working on the x86 desktop - still no luck on the PPC laptop -> any help would be appreciated!

    Cole

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    What do you mean by "recursive access"?

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    hmm - read write access to every folder within the chroot environment... maybe that's an implied feature of chroot() I'm not sure really.


    Cole

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    Well, just set those directories to be readable and writable to the anonymous FTP user. That user is commonly called "ftp".

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