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Hi

I am running solaris 8 and have and ftp server which I am trying to grant specific permissions on a directory to specific user

when I add the following file to the ftpaccess file the user can upload files but gets a "file is marked  unretrievable"

allow-retrieve  class=real /data/ftp/ariba/export

when I change the line to allow-retrieve /data/ftp/ariba/export  it works no problem, obviously there is an issue with the class configuration line: class real real * but I can't figure out what.

can anyone please assist
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Question by:tobin_dax
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You should not call your class "real".

Try the following :

class myusers real *

allow-retrieve  class=myusers /data/ftp/ariba/export

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