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If it isn't installed already, at CLI type Apt-get install vsftpd. Once installed, start the service /etc/init.d/vsftpd start. Once it is running, you can place any files you wish to ...
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    If it isn't installed already, at CLI type Apt-get install vsftpd. Once installed, start the service /etc/init.d/vsftpd start. Once it is running, you can place any files you wish to share in the default ftp directory for read only access to your users. Quite easy to install and setup. To make things even easier, share the default directory via Samba and you can simply copy and paste new files you wish to share from windows clients - assuming you are sharing to those over the Internet.

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    Thanks, I got it started.

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