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We have installed  RedHat Linux 5.0 on a Pentium PC.
The problem is that we are not able to ftp into the
machine.
The access is being denied..
The message on the console is as follows
ftpd[3957]: ACCESS DENIED (not in any class) TO telnet1.ee.iastate.edu
ftpd[3957]: FTP LOGIN REFUSED (Access denied) FROM telnet1.ee.iastate.edu,
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FTP session closed
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hbrady earned 200 total points
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peddibohtla:

Edit the /etc/ftpusers file and REMOVE any account names that you want to ALLOW access to.  This file should be called "ftpdeny".
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