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    Why not compile it?? Im sure you will get it working!!

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    well as u can probobly tell already, I'm still just getting my bearings and don't know much about compiling, but I'll go check out the site and man pages and see what I can whip up.

    Thanks for your help so far guys!
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    The simplest is ./configure --sysconfdir=/etc and it will install in /usr/local and add its conf file to /etc by using the sysconfdir switch

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    w00t...well Im just getting happier and happier with mandrake (I knew I shoulda used something...err...harder)

    Code:
    [root@pc1 proftpd-1.2.9]# ./configure --sysconfdir=/etc
    checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnuoldld
    checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnuoldld
    checking target system type... i686-pc-linux-gnuoldld
    checking for gcc... no
    checking for cc... no
    checking for cc... no
    checking for cl... no
    configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH
    See `config.log' for more details.
    Where can I get a C compiler?
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    Heres a little command I found at another site trying to figure out the same problem:

    Code:
    [root@pc1 root]# proftpd -nd9
     - parsing '/etc/proftpd.conf' configuration
     - FS: using system open()
     - FS: using system read()
     - FS: using system read()
     - dispatching auth request "getpwnam" to module mod_ldap
     - dispatching auth request "getpwnam" to module mod_auth_file
     - dispatching auth request "getpwnam" to module mod_auth_unix
     - dispatching auth request "getgrnam" to module mod_ldap
     - dispatching auth request "getgrnam" to module mod_auth_file
     - dispatching auth request "getgrnam" to module mod_auth_unix
     - <Directory />&#58; adding section for resolved path '/'
     - FS&#58; using system read&#40;&#41;
     - FS&#58; using system close&#40;&#41;
    basement - error&#58; unable to determine IP address of 'pc1'
    basement - dispatching auth request "getgroups" to module mod_ldap
    basement - dispatching auth request "getgroups" to module mod_auth_file
    basement - dispatching auth request "getgroups" to module mod_auth_unix
    basement - SETUP PRIVS at main.c&#58;2618
    basement - ROOT PRIVS at main.c&#58;1909
    basement - RELINQUISH PRIVS at main.c&#58;1915
    basement - ROOT PRIVS at main.c&#58;2252
    basement - RELINQUISH PRIVS at main.c&#58;2276
    basement - ProFTPD terminating &#40;signal 11&#41;
    basement - FTP session closed.
    Segmentation fault
    I see the Signal 11 there, but cannot possibly understand what may be causing it. Also, why the IP address cannot be determined...Perhaps it has to do with something why eth0 fails during startup (although it still works fine, I'm even connecting via ssh @ 192.168.1.103 on my LAN)

    EDIT: syslog info...
    Code:
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;13 localhost proftpd&#91;4169&#93;&#58; localhost &#40;192.168.1.100&#91;192.168.1.100&#93;&#41; - FTP session opened.
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;20 localhost proftpd&#91;2772&#93;&#58; localhost - received SIGHUP -- master server rehashing configuration file
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;20 localhost proftpd&#91;2772&#93;&#58; pc1 - error&#58; unable to determine IP address of 'pc1'
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;20 localhost proftpd&#91;2772&#93;&#58; pc1 - ProFTPD terminating &#40;signal 11&#41;
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;20 localhost proftpd&#91;2772&#93;&#58; pc1 - FTP session closed.
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;21 localhost proftpd&#91;4169&#93;&#58; localhost &#40;192.168.1.100&#91;192.168.1.100&#93;&#41; - FTP session closed.
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;38 localhost proftpd&#58; pc1 - error&#58; unable to determine IP address of 'pc1'
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;38 localhost proftpd&#91;4189&#93;&#58; basement - ProFTPD terminating &#40;signal 11&#41;
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;38 localhost proftpd&#91;4189&#93;&#58; pc1 - FTP session closed.
    Mar 17 01&#58;40&#58;38 localhost proftpd&#58; proftpd startup succeeded
    Mar 17 01&#58;41&#58;11 localhost proftpd&#58; pc1 - error&#58; unable to determine IP address of 'pc1'
    Mar 17 01&#58;41&#58;11 localhost proftpd&#91;4228&#93;&#58; pc1 - ProFTPD terminating &#40;signal 11&#41;
    Mar 17 01&#58;41&#58;11 localhost proftpd&#91;4228&#93;&#58; pc1 - FTP session closed.
    Mar 17 01&#58;41&#58;11 localhost proftpd&#58; proftpd startup succeeded
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;07 localhost proftpd&#58; pc1 - error&#58; unable to determine IP address of 'pc1'
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;07 localhost proftpd&#91;4288&#93;&#58; pc1 - ProFTPD terminating &#40;signal 11&#41;
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;07 localhost proftpd&#91;4288&#93;&#58; pc1 - FTP session closed.
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;07 localhost proftpd&#58; proftpd startup succeeded
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;52 localhost proftpd&#58; pc1 - error&#58; unable to determine IP address of 'pc1'
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;52 localhost proftpd&#91;4327&#93;&#58; pc1 - ProFTPD terminating &#40;signal 11&#41;
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;52 localhost proftpd&#91;4327&#93;&#58; pc1 - FTP session closed.
    Mar 17 01&#58;42&#58;52 localhost proftpd&#58; proftpd startup succeeded
    Mar 17 01&#58;44&#58;57 localhost proftpd&#58; pc1 - error&#58; unable to determine IP address of 'basement'
    Mar 17 01&#58;44&#58;57 localhost proftpd&#91;4404&#93;&#58; pc1 - ProFTPD terminating &#40;signal 11&#41;
    Mar 17 01&#58;44&#58;57 localhost proftpd&#91;4404&#93;&#58; pc1 - FTP session closed.
    Mar 17 01&#58;44&#58;57 localhost proftpd&#58; proftpd startup succeeded
    Mar 17 01&#58;52&#58;36 localhost postfix/pickup&#91;4426&#93;&#58; warning&#58; My hostname pc1 is not a fully qualified name - set myhostname or mydomain in /etc/postfix/main.cf
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