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One more server: For pureftpd change the users home from /path/to/home/ to /path/to/home/./


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Webmin supports WU-FTPD and ProFTPD . WU-FTPD Add following lines to file /etc/ftpaccess restricted-uid user1 guest-root /home/user1 user1 See http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/wuftp.htm "Guest FTP Configuration" for more options. ProFTPD Add following line to your proftpd.conf DefaultRoot ~ See http://www.proftpd.org/docs/howto/Chroot.html for more ...


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open powershell cd to the directory you want to upload run the following commands: 1. gci -r | % {if ($_.PSIsContainer) {$t = $((($_.fullname -split "\\")[$(((pwd) -split "\\").length)..200]) -join "/"); "mkdir ""$t""`r`nmput ""$t/*"" ""$t"""}} | sc .\mput_all 2. notepad .\mput_all Paste the results into your ftp window. Enjoy. Also don't forget to add ...


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Don't mess anything on your setup Just add Outbound Rule in Windows Firewall with advance security and put port no 20. Enjoy FTP on CLI


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this isn't a ftp problem, but a php problem, try to use in your virtualhost php_value open_basedir "/dir_of_your_virtualhost in this you php can only work in that directory


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telnet myip 21 If the connection succeeds you have probably a ftp server listening, which will give you a welcome message which usually contains the version. Also, netstat -nplt helps to see, what listing sockets you have, something listening on port 21 is usually a FTP server.


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A flaky network cable shouldn't cause the transfer to stall permanently. If the problem was a network cable, the transfer should resume when connectivity was restored. The connection may break if the network connection is lost for long enough for the TCP connection to time out, which will take several minutes. The symptoms you describe are however ...


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I debated deleting this, the mods might still do so, but I figured out my issue. figured it might help someone later down the road... ECHO myuser >>ftp.scr ECHO mypassword >>ftp.scr The space between the name/password and the >> was the issue. Once I changed it to: ECHO myuser>>ftp.scr ECHO mypassword>>ftp.scr It worked fine!


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I would centralize that information in a directory. The three services you mention support authentication using LDAP: There are several plugins to integrate WordPress with LDAP. The Enterprise version of MySQL can perform PAM authentication, indirectly providing LDAP integration. You don't mention what FTP server are you using, but it is highly probable ...


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For file transfers or directory listings FTP opens additional TCP connections on dynamic ports. In active mode the client creates a local listener and let the server know about its IP:Port using the PORT command and the server then connects to the clients port (usually from port 20 on the server side). In passive mode the server opens the port and let the ...



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