I've installed pureFTPd, with a mysql database on a debian distribution. I used the following tutorial.
But now if I'm logging, I see that I'm in the /Data/www/MyUserDirectory. AND I can browse to /.
How can I avoid that the user user see any other directory than the one specified as mapped directory(and their subdirectory/files).
I think this is called "FTP User isolation, but I can't find anything about this with pureFtp
I know there is -A option, but I absolutely don't know where to put this since the script is launch through the default init.d script
EDIT: Finally it was the "echo "yes" > /etc/pure-ftpd/conf/ChrootEveryone" that I missed