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proftpd install with browser support

Posted on 2011-10-01
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Hello,

Can you give me step by step instructions about
- how to install proftpd
- how to configure it (with a few examples). I need to set up users to arbitrary folders not only in the folder of the ftp , or home directors (for web pages)
- how to set up so as I can administer it using a browser

Thank you
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I forgot to mention: I use Ubuntu
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I solved it myself - I couldn't wait for so long
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nobody answered me - I solved it on my own
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