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vsftpd - “553 could not create file”

I'm having issue with my vsftpd. here is my info: # cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.0 (Maipo) # uname -a Linux ip-10-150-53-42.ec2.internal 3.10.0-123.el7.x86_64 ...
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66 views

Restrict VSFTPD virtual user to respective directory

I'm using Ubuntu 13.10 with vsftpd, and trying to limit a FTP user to their respective directory. For this, I am using the following My vsftpd.conf : local_enable=YES write_enable=YES ...
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185 views

vsftpd - libz.so.1: failed to map segment from shared object: Permission denied

/etc/init.d/vsftpd start Starting vsftpd for vsftpd: /usr/sbin/vsftpd: error while loading shared libraries: libz.so.1: failed to map segment from shared object: Permission denied ...
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Recommended way to make /srv/ftp writable?

I have installed vsftp, and because I'm on debian it automatically created the user ftp. I have set nopriv_user=ftp. Apart from that I haven't made any changes. This ftp server is only going to allow ...
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181 views

How do I restrict created users to a directory and disable SSH for VSFTPD

I've been googling for my answers for a good few hours and I can't seem to get a direct answer to my questions. I have found many tutorials but many are vague. Anyways: I've recently setup VSFTPD on ...
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1answer
186 views

vsftpd, virtual users and permissions. Avoid using chmod 777?

I am running vsftpd with Virtual Users (managed through a MySQL db). Each users home/default directory is owned by vsftpd:vsftpd. I need to give a user read/write permissions to some website files, ...
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208 views

vsftpd default permissions for website directory and ftp

I'm trying to setup vsftpd and my users correctly. I can connect to the ftp with my user but I can't create any directory or file. My websites folder will be there: /srv/www/domain vsftpd.conf ...
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1answer
103 views

FTP: Access to homedir and /var/www

I want a FTP user to have access to homedir and also /var/www directory I have installed vsftpd via yum command and give them access to homedir. To have access to a homedir only, I've set ...
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1answer
40 views

vsftpd upload file error

I am setting up a vsftpd server (in centos) which allows anonymous READ/WRITE.Here is my configuration anonymous_enable=YES local_enable=YES write_enable=YES anon_upload_enable=YES ...
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0answers
92 views

What's the right way to create a Ubuntu user whose home directory is /var/www/SITE?

First of, I need to state I'm a complete ignorant when it comes to server administration on Ubuntu, and I'm doing what I can. I have been trying to do this for hours with no luck. Basically, I want ...
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1answer
2k views

Specific FTP connections not able to upload files

I have installed vsftpd in a server. A new ftp group was added and a user was created and added to that group. I've tested 3 different scenarios, only 1 of them is working properly and the other 2 ...
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99 views

Automatic configure permission of file to 777 after uploaded [closed]

I have my own server. When client uploaded a file to my server through FTP, the permission of the file uploaded is 755. It means if client uploaded a file to my server, client cannot modify the file ...
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1answer
810 views

vsftpd - PAM - MySQL and pam_mkhomedir to create directories

I've been successfully using vsftpd with virtual users connecting with PAM to my mysql DB. Now I'd like to automate creation of user directories with successful vsftpd connection. Here is ...
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1answer
780 views

ftp user to var/www on ubuntu with correct permissions

I have the following config on my Ubuntu 12 server: 1 - vsftpd installed and configured with the config file settings: listen=YES anonymous_enable=NO local_enable=YES write_enable=YES ...
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1answer
780 views

FTP User cannot modify files but has correct permissions

I have created a new user (foo) and when he logs in via ftp he cannot edit the files in the directory to which he has access. In the directory he can log into ls -l gives me: -rw-rw-r-- 1 root ...
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1answer
570 views

VSFTPD uploaded file permissions

Let me first say that there are loads of topics regarding this, and I am sure i have seen them all by now. Still non of the solutions seem to help. I installed vsftpd. created a user ftp-data. Now I ...
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Error 500: cannot change directory:/home/user/public_html, VSFTPD

I setup VSFTPD on my Ubuntu server 12.04, it worked very good. Until I tried to change the permissions of the user so the user couldn't go in the / directory and only in the directories inside ...
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vsftpd: ECONNREFUSED with “allow_writeable_chroot=YES”

When setting up vsftpd I am trapped. When I leave the ftpuser's home directory without write permission I can login and all is fine despite the fact, that I cannot write (of course). When I add write ...
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785 views

UBUNTU: ftp-server cannot change directory when user logs in

I have set up a FTP-server (vsftpd) for only one client user (ftuser). This user should have access to the folder /srv/webroot/user. The folder /srv and all subfolders are owned by me. I am not in the ...
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1answer
291 views

cannot connect to ftp server from lan?

i am trying to make my ftp server accessible (for download only) by other computers on my LAN using anonymous user and without password, when i connect to it from the same pc using filezilla it works ...
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1answer
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vsftp “Access is denied” when writing as an authenticated user

I have set up vsftpd for private FTP. Only authenticated users in the ftp group can login. Also, every user is chrooted to its home directory (/home/username) chroot_local_user=YES I can log in, ...
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1answer
361 views

How to limit file system access to a specific folder when logged in through FTP?

I wonder how can I limit access to the file system when logged in through FTP. Currently, users will see all of the HDD. How can I limit userA to just /www/userA for example. I am using Ubuntu 11 with ...
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1answer
3k views

FTP using VSFTPD “Access Denied”

I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 i386. I use Cyberduck (FTP GUI client) to connect to my server mysub.domainname.com (changed here). This is what I want to be able to do: 1) Change apache2 root from ...
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1answer
1k views

Setting File Permissions on VSFTP Upload

Whenever I upload a file to my FTP server running VSFTP, the file permissions on it are defaulted to 600 (rw-------). How can I change it to 775 (rwxr-xr-x)?
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530 Permission Denied when trying to log onto FTP

I recently installed VSFTPD and added a user with the following commands: useradd -G ftpusers -d /var/www someuser passwd someuser I also added someuser to user_list and confirmed that it does not ...
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1answer
519 views

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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1answer
3k views

How do I set the default group for a vsftpd user's uploads? (ubuntu 10.04)

How do I set the default group for a vsftpd user's uploads? When I upload a file, the files group is set to the username... How do I get it to automatically set to a specific group?
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CentOS / Redhat: Give file permission for apache and vsftp

I use CentOS 5.5 and Apache Webserver on my dedicated Server. My Folder "/var/www/myWebApp" is owned by apache, so that apache can read, write logs, etc.. But now I would like to use very secure FTP ...
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1answer
348 views

Creating a file via FTP on Ubuntu 10.04 has default permissions of 600

I installed VSFTP on my Ubuntu 10.04 server and haven't configured much else on it. I have an SSH user called "tom" which when I log into the FTP and try and create a file as this user, or any other ...
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1answer
937 views

vsftpd seems to disreguard umask

I configured my vsftpd to allow virtual users to upload file. However I wanted all uploaded files to not be downloadable, thus depriving a potential attacker the usefulness of storing his nefarious ...
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1answer
455 views

Ubuntu Lucid and nginx with vsftpd

After my initial freakout with getting tomcat sorted I have moved onto something a bit simpler and so far (from what little I know of sysadmin'ing) I've managed to get vsftpd and nginx installed and ...
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2answers
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How can I tell SELinux to give vsftpd write access in a specific directory?

I've set up vsftpd on my Fedora 12 server, and I'd like to have the following configuration. Each user should have access to: his home directory (/home/USER); the web directory I created for him ...
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2answers
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Limit ftp users to only certain directories in Ubuntu

There are several questions around limiting ftp users to certain directories. However, most of them refer to vsftpd, which I don't think I have installed on my system. I'm running Ubuntu 9.04. How ...