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I use proftp in debian machin   I creade /home/deb  
drwsrwxrwx   2 deb     users   4096 2006-07-11 00:31 deb

I set up ser deb password deb   how can i set anonymouse go to   /home/deb
I have webmin and i see proftpd menu   Plese sugest with file  I choose set it and with tag i choose change
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All configuration is done in the /etc/proftp.conf configuration file.

http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/reference/examples/proftpd.conf

provides an example default anonymous login with user nobody and group nogroup. If these don't exist then you need to cerate them.

This will default to the /home/ftp directory as the roor of the ftp, so you would put the required files here rather than /home/deb.

Complete official documentation is here:

http://www.proftpd.org/docs/

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Unfortunately, I do not have a proftpd/webmin setup atm to guide through it. May be able to configure one this evening.


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