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VSFTPD problems showing folder/files

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Greetings!

I have VSFTPD on CentOS.
I have setup it to work over SSL and with htpasswd.
The login is OK, but when the LIST command is initiated I get timedout and no files/folders are shown. I have permisions of user used to login on the folder I connect to. I also have write command on YES in VSFTPD conf file.

Suggestions? Thanks!
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Hello Please grant directory permissions for the user.

http://www.divms.uiowa.edu/help/linux/permissions.html
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dipopo: As I said I have owner and permission set.
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OK whats the output of ls -la for the directory ?
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drwxr-xr-x. 2 test test 4096 Oct 22 22:52 test
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For now I solved this using different app.
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Used alternative.
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