Shadow333 at gmx.at
Sat Jan 22 14:47:08 PST 2005
sorry for the last answer, i copied the wrong one..
I dont remember fully, since i havent used the native ftpd for the past 6
but from what i know, the ftpd is pretty limited, so if you dont find a patch
or any kind of fix to include, i dont see another way to do it than switching
to a somewhat more sophisticated product.
shouldnt be that hard to replace in a production environment, just have it
setup on an alternate port, and as soon as it does work to your wishes, you
kill the ftpd process and start the proftpd one, should cause a downtime of
max 10 secs...
On Friday 21 January 2005 02:00, you wrote:
> But i dont would like to switch ftp deamon. I already have ftpd in
> Oliver Leitner wrote:
> >you might want to give proftpd a try...
> >for more info on proftpd you might wanna look on www.proftpd.org
> >they have quite a good documentation on it.
> >this should cover both of your questions...
> >Oliver Leitner
> >Technical Staff
> >On Friday 21 January 2005 01:36, Phillip Neumann wrote:
> >>I have problems to understand the way ftpd works.
> >>My goal is to create a ftp account where the user can download and
> >>upload files, and create directories where they could upload the files.
> >>But they should not remove nor rename any file or directory.
> >>man chmod talks about a sticky flag.
> >>Ive try that. but:
> >>(ls -la on the server)
> >>drwxr-xr-t 4 usuarioftp usuarioftp 512 Jan 22 19:01 usuarioftp
> >><lftp login.../>
> >>lftp usuarioftp at localhost:~> rm test
> >>rm ok, `test' removed
> >>i dont want users to be able to delete any files...
> >>I dont understand permitions...
> >>lftp usuarioftp at localhost:~> ls root-file
> >>-rw------- 1 root wheel 0 Jan 22 19:12 root-file
> >>lftp usuarioftp at 10.0.0.56:~> mv root-file why_can_i_do_this
> >>rename successful
> >>ps aux | grep ftp shows:
> >>usuarioftp 26747 1.0 0.3 1928 1404 ?? Ss 7:14PM 0:00.01 ftpd:
> >>127.0.0.1: user/usuarioftp: LIST\r\n (ftpd)
> >>why can the ftp user rename the root file?
> >>how do i make users be able just to
> >> 1.- create directories
> >> 2.- upload files
> >> 3.- downlaod files
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