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[ale] FTP Server on Linux

That's what I'm using.  Maybe this is a permissions issue??
-----Original Message-----
 From: David Hamm <dhamm at itserve.com>
To: Jeremy T. Bouse <undrgrid at undergrid.net>
Cc: ale at ale.org <ale at ale.org>
Date: Monday, January 25, 1999 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [ale] FTP Server on Linux

>On Mon, 25 Jan 1999, Jeremy T. Bouse wrote:
>>On Sun, 24 Jan 1999, Ed Landa wrote:
>>> Date: Sun, 24 Jan 1999 11:57:50 -0500
>>> From: Ed Landa <elanda at comstar.net>
>>> To: ale at ale.org
>>> Subject: Re: [ale] FTP Server on Linux
>>> Depending on your FTP server, you can chroot customers into their own
>>> directories.
>>> If you are using wuftpd, check out the man page 'ftpaccess'.  Here is an
>>> excerpt from the relevant part :
>>>        guestgroup <groupname> [<groupname> ...]
>> A big reason against this method is the fact that as a
>>'guestgroup' commands like 'ls' don't work... meanin the customer has to
>>walk through their home directory blind... which is not how anon FTP
>>access works... I tried this method once before and I just tried it again
>>and it still doesn't work... even copying the ~ftp/bin directory to
>>~user/bin doesn't work with guestgroup...
>Thats strange it worked for me.  Lets do a version check I'm running RH5.2
>stock everyting wuftpd version wu-ftpd-2.4.2b18-2.
> > Respectfully,
>> Jeremy T. Bouse
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