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500 OOPS: vsftpd: refusing to run with writable root inside chroot() Login failed on debian

I install vsftpd for running FTP server on debian 7.3. I checked vsftpd version was 2.3.5 and i configure it like so: listen=YES local_enable=YES write_enable=YES chroot_local_user=YES ...
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lock ftp user in home directory

I have read, researched, tested, and still cannot seem to get this working correctly. I am running VSFTPD on Debian. With a test account configured to point the user's home directory to a mount point ...
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How to prevent non-chroot user access to system files

My FTP Server has 5 Users namely user01,user02,user03,user04,user05. Shared Folder /home/ftpusers Inside the folder... /home/ftpusers/user01 /home/ftpusers/user02 ...
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Need help having a particular setup for vsftp with virtual users with access to a particular folder

as part of some services we are offering to some companies, we have gradually became the hosting providers for them using amazon services. so we host 2 web sites on amazon. the root documents for the ...
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Chroot jail not working with VSFTPD

I have been trying for ages to get this to work, to no avail. I have a VSFTPD server running on Arch. It works fine EXCEPT that users can navigate up the directory tree and view/download files in ...
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vsftpd and home directories of chrooted local users

NOTE: Users are chrooted and their local_root is set to /srv/ftp. Why vsftpd forces local chrooted users to have home directory? It will refuse to work if there is not any. And I've found the ...
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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 ...