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I have tried any thing use in my proftpd.conf file the following rulez: DisplayLogin /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg DisplayConnect /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg This file is there, but it's never used by proftpd. I've used also ...
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    proftpd welcome.msg


    I have tried any thing

    use in my proftpd.conf file the following rulez:

    DisplayLogin /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg
    DisplayConnect /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg

    This file is there, but it's never used by proftpd.

    I've used also a couple of ftp clients, but no one showed a welcome.msg

    Did i miss something?
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    What are the permissions of /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg they should be 644.

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    Allrite thnx Giro this worked very well
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