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    Is it possible to host an ftp server with in linux where depending on which user you logged in with it shows different files?
    for example if i logged in with:
    user 'test' i can see the folders from:
    /home/files/test1
    /home/files/test2
    /home/files/test3
    /home/files/test4
    /home/files/test6
    then if i log in with:
    user 'test2' i can see:
    /home/files/test1
    /home/files/test3
    /home/files/test6

    is there any way of linking the files with the users who i want to see them?
    or is there an easier way of doing this?
    its hard to explain so if that makes no sense ill have another go at explaining...

    Az

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    Quote Originally Posted by azler View Post
    Is it possible to host an ftp server with in linux where depending on which user you logged in with it shows different files?
    for example if i logged in with:
    user 'test' i can see the folders from:
    /home/files/test1
    /home/files/test2
    /home/files/test3
    /home/files/test4
    /home/files/test6
    then if i log in with:
    user 'test2' i can see:
    /home/files/test1
    /home/files/test3
    /home/files/test6

    is there any way of linking the files with the users who i want to see them?
    or is there an easier way of doing this?
    its hard to explain so if that makes no sense ill have another go at explaining...

    Az
    Hi,

    Ive always used PureFTPd with my WHM/Cpanel boxes and this allows different user combo's each going to a different set of files, check out the site at (argh cant post links!!!! google PureFtpd, its got .org on the end )

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