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500 OOPS: priv_sock_get_cmd VSFTPD Ubuntu 13.04

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Hi Experts,

Have tired to resolve an error on Ubuntu by upgrading now gone from one problem to another. After upgrading to Ubuntu 13.04 get the following error when trying to connect via FTP 500 OOPS: priv_sock_get_cmd - have searched Ubuntu forums and the web but nothing appears to work - any ideas?

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Adam
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by:Mazdajai
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Have you try booting to the previous working kernel?
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Hi

We have upgraded from version 11 to the latest version - would take a long time to go back?
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No,  It's a back up. You should see 2 kernels in the grub menu,  you will need to manually select the other one.
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How do I do that?  Sorry only have basic knowledge of Ubuntu.. :(
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by:Mazdajai
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When it reboot, hit <F12>, <e> on 'Ubuntu'.

You should see other kernels, hit <enter> or <b> to boot from it.
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Hi

Sorry we had to rebuild the server.  Even Canonical could not resolve this problems.
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We have had to replace the server on recommendation from Canonical Support.
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