i have set up vsftpd with TLS/SSL access and virtual users from this site: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/rhel-fedora-centos-vsftpd-installation.html
Everything works great setting my local_root=/var/www/html , no problems logging in access directories, but i do not wish for everyone to be able to access all sub directories in that root directory.
I have also read over the guide on this site: http://howto.gumph.org/content/setup-virtual-users-and-directories-in-vsftpd/
How ever i can not seem to get it to work how i want.
I have users:
I have directories in my
I want user A to have access to www
I want user B to have access to reporting
I want user C to have access to admin
each of those directories should be the root for each user, eventually user A will also get access to the /reporting/ folder, but not for currently.
The guide above only seem to show how to give each user their own user account directory to which you then need to mkdir for each user somewhere which i don't want to do, and don't think i need to do for what i want?
Can anyone help me with this and setting the directory access for each user, since they are not local users under CentOS i dont think i can use the symlinks method...not that i know how either though.
Here is my vsftpd.conf file