How do I access conf.d directory via FTP?
Hi, I have a Linux server with Fasthosts and I am trying to install an SSL certificate. I actually did this a few years ago on the same server, but now that my certificate has expired, I have forgotten how to install the new one!
I just need to upload the three certificate files to etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl, but I can't access those directories using FTP because my user (presumably) only has permission to access the folders of my website.
I can log in using the Fasthosts Remote Access Console, which lets me type commands directly into the server, and view its screen remotely. I know that two years ago I could drill down and access all of the folders using FTP, but now I can only see the website folder, which is in /home.
Can anybody direct me to a tutorial on how to give my FTP user access to the etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl directory, or explain it if it's easy?
I apologise in advance if that has already been answered before, I did try to search but couldn't find anything.
Many thanks in advance for any help you can give.