I'm running Linux redhat 4.2 (2.0.30) with wu-2.4.2 BETA-15.
What I would like to is to restrict the users access to
their home dirs only. They should not be able to browse the
entire filesystem. Is there any way to do this?
I have tried putting the homedir in /etc/passwd to:
"/home/user/./" but they can still access
I have seen several blogs and forum entries elsewhere state that because NTFS volumes do not support linux ownership or permissions, they cannot be used for anonymous ftp upload through the vsftpd program.
IT can be done and here's how to get i…
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