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vsftp error: 500 OOPS: child died

I installed vsftp, and then setup the config file as following: anonymous_enable=NO local_enable=YES write_enable=YES local_umask=022 chroot_local_user=NO chroot_list_enable=YES ...
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FTP users can't see any files when chrooted

On a Debian Wheezy 64bit, I create a new user for a customer to place files into a directory. After the user is created, I take away his interactive login by replacing /bin/bash with /bin/false in ...
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Do any Unix/Linux FTP daemons allow users to be “jailed” without using chroot?

When setting up an FTP account for a specific purpose - e.g. as a drop-point for sharing data files - it seems sensible to give the user access only to the particular directory, and no view of a wider ...
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vsftpd: refusing to run with writable root inside chroot

I want to setup a anonymous only ftp server (able to upload files). Here is my config file: listen=YES anonymous_enable=YES anon_root=/var/www/ftp local_enable=YES write_enable=YESr. ...
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SFTP post upload hook

How would I run a script after a file has been successfully uploaded over (a chrooted) SFTP? I have this working on standard FTP connection using PureFTP ...
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Chroot SFTP Users

I have an Ubuntu Server, where several users log in to upload some files. Each user has a home directory, in which I 'd like to be chrooted. e.g. user1 connects with sftp to the server and is ...
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Share multiple directories to ftp users

I have multiple directories spread over the file systems of multiple Ubuntu 10.04 servers. The requirements are to allow a handful of people access a few of these directories over ftp. For example ...
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Jail CentOS group to single dir (and dir's within) - FTP

What I am ultimately looking to do is jail a group of users to only be able to FTP into their home folder. They should be able to have r&w capabilities within their home folder, and within ALL ...
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Pure-FTPD chroot not working on a fresh Debian install?

I am trying to get chroot to work with virtual Pure-FTPD users, but for some reason it simply is not working. I changed the following options: /etc/default/pure-ftpd-common: VIRTUALCHROOT=true ...
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vsftpd chroot_local_user does nothing

I'm setting up a vsftpd server on: Linux 2.6.32-26-server #48-Ubuntu SMP Wed Nov 24 10:28:32 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux When I set chroot_local_user=YES, there is no effect (I can still see / when I ...
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FTP server configuration

Hi I am configuring VsFTPd 2.2.2 server on Debian 5.0. I want user after login can see and edit just two dirs: /home/user/ /var/www/project1/ /var/www/project2/ Possible solutions I can Chroot ...
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What is the secure way to isolate ftp server users on unix?

I've read documentation for various ftp daemons and various long threads about the security implications of using a chroot environment for an ftp server when giving users write access. If you read the ...
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Define arbitrary chroot on a per-user basis for VSFTP

I want to set up two FTP users for my server (Ubuntu 8.04): One that logs into /var/www so they can access and administer all the web site files One that is chroot'd to (say) /var/www/images so ...
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Chrooting a ftp user to a particular directory

I would like to chroot a user to their home directory on a debian linux server. Im using vsftpd server. I've done it with a user before, and now cant remember how to do it. I've limited ssh access to ...