can someone shed some light on this issue
I've set up and installed vsftpd. Created a user
ftp-user and created a home directory, so they can log in, and just have access to drop their files here.
>> sudo useradd -d /home/ftp/ftp-user -m ftp-user
This works fine, user successfully logs in over ftp, uploads a file.
I now need to be able to access this ftp-user directory as another user say for example
ubuntu. There is a script that runs as ubuntu, and I need to be able to access the directory to be able to grab the files and copy them across to other locations.
I tried to add
ubuntu to the
sudo usermod -a -G ftp-user ubuntu
Although, when trying:
>> whoami ubuntu >> cd ftp-user/ >> -bash: cd ftp-user/: Permission denied
Hope someone has an idea - Cheers in advance!