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    usually, the ftp root should be /home/ftp.
    how to change its stored directory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ubuntu_amateur
    usually, the ftp root should be /home/ftp.
    how to change its stored directory?
    You could try updating the "ftp" user's home directory in the /etc/passwd file. Before you make any changes in the passwd file, back it up!

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