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Proftpd Admin Setup

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hi,
I have installed ProFTP on fedora 8 box with mod_mysql and it is working fine..
Now I am trying to install proftp admin but when I try to add a user I get http 501 not implemented/Http 505 version not supported message. I can add groups, I can browse the admin web page, but I can't add user. Can someone shed some light?
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The whole application appears pretty buggy..

Is there any information in /var/log/httpd/error_log??  This might point you in the right direction.

Are you able to run the user.php (I think this is what it was called) file using php from the command line?
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It looks like you are using mysql server version 5.x. proftp admin wont work under this version on mysql please downgrade it to 4.x it will be OK
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