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after I install vsftp in debian I can log in as anonymous but I can not upload file to server how can i set anonymous can up load file to server and  where is the folder anonymous stay in the server
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I'm getting a nervous tw..tw..tw..twitch here at the thought of anonymous uploading but here you go. You need to edit your configuration file (normally /etc/vsftpd.conf and change the following:

anon_mkdir_write_enable
write_enable

to Yes.

man vsftpd.conf

for more info on each of the directives in this file.

HTH:)
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