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I have a server running Ubuntu 11.04 Server and I have installed vsftpd (FTP). I am trying to get vsftpd to run on startup, but can't seem to configure it right.

There is already an upstart vsftpd file in /etc/init.d

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Maybe it is confgured to run under inetd? check vsftpd.conf

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Thanks, that solved my problem. – MichaelH Oct 22 '11 at 8:48

The upstart config needs to be in /etc/init not /etc/init.d

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