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Red Hat FTP security setup

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I need to setup a Red Hat FTP server for multiple FTP logins.  Each user must go to a specific home directory and be restricted to that directory only.  Each user must be able to read, write, re-name all files in the home directory.  I have been able to setup users to go to specific home directory, but have not been abel to restrict their movement.  I have done a chmod 777 to the home directory, but still cannot rename files through FTP.
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