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vsftpd can not jail users using chroot

This is making me go crazy. I am trying to block a user nathan to his home directory and not allowing him to crowse around. I read all the articles but chroot is not working for me. I have this in my ...
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Setup SFTP vsftpd on Centos 5 with chroot

I would to like to restrict a user to certain directory(ies) but also allow to use SFTP for transfer. I looked at the answers provided to similar questions at: How do I setup SFTP for sites without ...
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VSFTPD (CentOS 5)

I can create (mkdir) folder & upload (put) file into "/home/my_ftp_folder" thru terminal, but I don't know why I can't remove folder, remove file I uploaded.
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Quotas in vsftpd on CentOS [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Quotas in vsftpd? I need to configure vsftpd so each user in chroot_list has it's own specific quota, however after a fair bit of googling I failed to find anything, is ...
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VSFTPD - Linux (CentOS 5) - Making a single dir FTP root

I have a VPS running CentOS5 with Apache 2.2 and mySQL, as well as VSFTPD for ftp. The user liam is a system user. I want to make the /home/html directory the ftp root for the liam user, so that when ...
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Resources for setting up clustered FTP servers on CentOS?

Does anyone have any resources that can lead me to a how-to or at least more information on setting up clustered FTP servers on CentOS? I'm very new to servers in general (all I've done is set up a ...
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How can I prevent FTP users breaking chroot rules when using a GUI?

I've set up VSFTP on my Centos5.5 server. I've created a user on the box for ftp access. In the VSFTP config I've set: chroot_list_enable=YES chroot_list_file=/etc/vsftpd.chroot_list The conf ...
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vsftpd does not start [closed]

I installed VSFTPD on CentOS but when I try to start the service it fails. What can I do?
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VSFTPD problem on Centos 5.4 with different port

I'm changing over my server to operate ftp on different ports than standard 20/21 accomodate a nas on the same network. I have changed the ports to 201/202 but cannot connect locally from a pc on the ...
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CentOS Group Permissions

How do I give all users in the group ftp-users full read/write acces to /var/www recursively? Thanks
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vsftpd: access SFTP on local user without shell access with specific directory

I'm trying to configure vsftpd on my vps in order to access SFTP from Transmit/FileZilla. I've opted for SFTP and the OpenSSL is configured, but I can't seem to manage to add a new user only for ...
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Setting up vsftpd with users locked to specific directory

I setup vsftpd, and changed the chroot settings in the vsftpd.conf file. But how do I make a user able to access only /var/www/html/username_here/ I made the user with useradd, but what's next? ...
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centos 5.5 vsftpd user settings

I have a centos 5.5. with vsftpd installed. i used some help from http://centosforserver.blogspot.com/2010/02/virtual-hosting-with-vsftpd-and-mysql.html to set it up using mysql for user ...
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Setup vsftpd server so that I can access the web root

Probably getting fed up with the amount I have posted today lol. I am trying to find a tutorial which will show me how to correctly install and setup vsftpd on centos 5.5... This is probably one of ...