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Ok I know this is probably a really stupid and easy question.. But once you shut down the ftp server, how do you start it again???? RedHat 5.1
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just do: rm -f /etc/shutmsg
if don't work, probally your shutdown file is other, then search for "shutdown" at /etc/ftpaccess and erase the file.
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Thanks man... I really aprreciate the help..... Been stumped for days.... I am a newby at this obviously....
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