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I have a FTP server set up using VSFTP. Users can log in and it takes them to there home directory but for some reson they have access to the ...
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    Users In VSFTP


    I have a FTP server set up using VSFTP. Users can log in and it takes them to there home directory but for some reson they have access to the system directories as well. They can't view other home dirctory but they can view the system directory's. How can I keep them locked in there home dir. Thanks

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    I fugured it out, Just needed to create a text file called chroot_list, place the names of my FTP users and change the line in the config file to chroot_list_enable=yes and have the second line in the CFG to read chroot_list_file=/etc/vsftpd/chroot_list
    Works like a charm

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