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How to Setup FTP on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS?

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How can I setup or enable FTP on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS ?

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legolasthehansy earned 500 total points
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Basic FTP server setup,
As root,
apt-get install vsftpd

Using vi or an editor open /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf
Disable anonymous access by commenting (#) anonymous_access = No
Enable local_enable = Yes (for enabling local users to use FTP)

/etc/init.d/vsftpd start

Good luck
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by:mshamsan
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How could I forgot vsftpd my favourate on RedHat  :)

Thank you big time  legolasthehansy ..

Cheers ..
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