Chrooted ftpd users can't access system time.
nocturnal at swehack.se
Thu Jun 29 07:53:18 UTC 2006
I use /etc/ftpchroot to chroot the users but i don't think i should be
forced to link a file into each users home directory. That's not only a
lot of users but there will also be questions from users about what kind
of file it is and what it's doing there. I would appreciate any other
solutions, if they exist.
Med vänliga hälsningar
Stefan Midjich aka nocturnal
Greg Barniskis wrote:
> nocturnal wrote:
>> I'm using the ftpd server that ships with FreeBSD and when i chroot a
>> user i notice that all created directories and files have GMT time on
>> them as if the process can't access the system time because it's
>> chrooted. That's only my theory. I would love a way to solve this, i
>> just can't imagine that people have had this problem for so long
>> without solving it.
> I believe you merely need to copy or link the system's /etc/localtime to
> the effective /etc of the chroot tree.
> But that's from memory, could only be theory too.
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