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FTP and Quota's

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I am new to linux and system administration.
What I need to know is how to setup ftp accounts for other users and quota's.
How to setup ftp accounts so that the client cannot got back further than the directory that has been allocated
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for anonymous and other ftp, see 'man ftpd'

for quotas, compile your kernel with quota support, install relevant packages from your distribution (are in by default with slackware), and get a listing of the relevant commands with 'apropos quota', espc 'quotaon', 'edquota' and 'quota' !
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