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I'm trying to setup ProFTPD on my CentOS machine which has two fstab links to two servers. The way I have the folder structure is like this: /win/svr1/data /win/svr2/data I ...
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    I'm trying to setup ProFTPD on my CentOS machine which has two fstab links to two servers. The way I have the folder structure is like this:

    /win/svr1/data
    /win/svr2/data

    I want the ProFTPD user to start in the /win directory and have full access to everything below.

    How's the best way to do that?

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    Does anyone not know how to help me with this? If this is something that cannot be done I'd like to know so I can hear other alternatives.

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    Look through your config file, and the man pages for proftp. Originally my ftpd did not allow access to any mounted devices; however, I just had to add a single line to the config file to change this...never used proftpd though.
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    I did a man on proftpd and did a search for mount which yielded nothing. So I'm under the impression this can't be done. Maybe I'm using the from FTP Daemon?

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