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Install FTP service on apache 2.0.58

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Hi,

I have apache 2.0.58, PHP 4.3.11 installed on windows 2003 server. My question is, how do I set up FTP services + user name?

I would rather not install IIS for this.

Cheers,

jono
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Apache Web Server Doesent come with an FTP server program that works out of the box.

http://incubator.apache.org/ftpserver/ seems to be the one they are developing.

I know you said no but the obvious candidate in this scenerio is IIS. Its free easy and you DONT have to use the WWW or SMTP server.

There are also plenty of 3rd party apps you can use.

You will need a Java Virtual Machine http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp installed as its a Java Based Application. You need to edit the config file and then run the ftpd.bat file providing java is setup it will execute the server software. The config looks pretty in depth though http://incubator.apache.org/ftpserver/configuration.html
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