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ISPConfig FTP permissions

I am using ISPConfig for a job that I am on and for some reason, one of the sites that is being hosted using ISPConfig does not have proper permissions and I don't know how I would even go about to ...
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Why I can't upload files without chmod 777? [closed]

I was not able to upload files on my site (cent OS 6 VPS). The path where web files should be uploaded is /var/www/html. The permissions of directories were 755 and of files were 644. But when I ...
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How To Block FTP Users From Changing File Permissions

I have been tasked with trying to reproduce an issue one of our developers is running into. On certain FTP servers, the FTP library he is using (Starksoft/Biko) returns a "530: Not Logged In" error. ...
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461 views

FTP user not able to see or access anything?

I am trying to make an FTP account for a user, and it is not working. The user wants to be able to ftp to his sites home directory, and change stuff. I created a user(MEvans) and set the home ...
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Permissions nightmare - tried all I know

Working on a new client's dev site, which is a wordpress install on a Plesk box. I have SSH root access, and FTP access through a separate account. What I've done so far Initially I couldn't make ...
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Why can I only upload files via vsftpd if folders are chmod 777?

I have a problem with vsftpd on Debian: I can upload files if the chmod of all folders is 777, but with chmod 755. Please help. vsftpd.conf: local_umask=022 anon_umask=0755 file_open_mode=0755
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633 views

Every file in a specific folder always 777?

I want to create a folder that is accessable via FTP on an Ubuntu Box. There are four users that are allowed to connect via FTP and I want them to be able to share files without restrictions. Is it ...
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314 views

Issues with chmod resetting on Ubuntu after ftp upload

Whenever I overwrite a file using FTP, the chmod of the file gets reset to 600. What can I do prevent this? I'd like to just set the chmod for the entire directory and never have it change.
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Mixed ftp ssh permission problem

I'm running a webserver and I've setup two groups. One with just me, and another with me and a collaborator. I've chmodded to 755 my htdocs folder and I gave a specifically "upload" dir the group ...