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How to fix “cannot retrieve repository metadata” when installing CentOS 6.5 from Kickstart over FTP?

I am pulling my hair out trying to fix this. I am attempting to install CentOS 6.5 over an FTP server on KVM from the physical host. I have vsftpd installed, selinux set to permissive, and iptables ...
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Apache, Group Permissions and User Uploads

I have a folder named "digitalgoods" with the following ownership -- apache:apache residing outside of the htdocs folder and is therefore not accessible to the public. However I need the same folder ...
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CentOS Local User not able to view directories/files via FTP login

Currently running CentOS 6.5 with vsftpd. As a newbie, I would like to explain my process and then have the proper process explained back to me from scratch which I believe will solve my issue. I am ...
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1answer
889 views

(CentOS) default FTP (SFTP) Log File?

I'm on CentOS v6.4 and using its native FTP Server, which i suppose is sftp. (Am i right?) Now i can use FTP well. But i need to log the actions taken by Users. Logs for the actions, such us, who ...
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How can I create an SFTP user in CentOS?

I'd like to give temporary SFTP access to a support guy. How do I create an SFTP user? And how can I delete it once the job is done? Also, how do I specify a home directory for them? Can I prevent ...
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1answer
958 views

Cent OS + VSFTP, 553 could not create file, how to allow uploading of files?

I have a ftp server running on Cent OS VM. the goal: public map can be seen by everyone (readonly for anonymous users, write for logged in users) upload map can only be seen by local users logged ...
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File uploads successfully however it is 0 bytes

I have an interesting problem where I have the ability to upload files, change permissions, download files using FTP on Cent OS. However, the interesting and annoying part is that the files are ...
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How to create a FTP user with specific /dir/ access only on a Centos / linux installation

So I'm on a VPS - CentOS Linux installation. I have vsFTPd on the server. I currently have SFTP access to the server via my root user, but am now trying to create a new user with FTP access to a ...
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rsync: samba vs ftp for backup

I need to back up ~0.5 TB of files (about 600,000 of them) from a Windows Server 2003 machine to a CentOS 6.4 machine across a 100MB network, and update them once a night. The backup script would be ...
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1answer
275 views

How to add FTP users to my CentOS VPS [closed]

I am running a CentOS VPS. Now I have installed an FTP server on the Server like this: yum install vsftpd And I have restarted the service as well. However, when I point my browser to: ...
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1answer
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VSFTPD Virtual User Group

Currently I have a Running vsftpd server in a Cent OS Machine with virtual users. Users are authenticated using MySQL. The users has all the permissions in their home directory and they are jailed ...
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Setting permissions with FTP

I'm having some issues setting up permissions for FTP. Read another thread on here regarding it, but I wasn't sure if it really matched what I needed. Essentially, right now I've got the client's FTP ...
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417 views

CentOS - how to install vsftpd for specific username to have specific directory access only?

I have VSFTPD installed in CentOS. Where i have one username "lesstrust1", when the user login i want the user only can upload/download to this path /var/www/html/oxwall $ yum install vsfptd $ ...
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2answers
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CentOS 6 VSFTP 553 Could not create file

I installed vsftpd yesterday on CentOS 6, however didn't get a chance to test it today. When I went to upload a test file it's coming back and giving me this error: 553 Could not create file After ...
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What is a reliable way to automate FTP upload of 'the newest file in directory X'?

I have this folder full of files. Once per day, I want the newest of the files to be FTPed automatically to a file server.
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1answer
667 views

How to configure mounted FTP connection

I'm using latest CentOS with Gnome, and using bookmarked FTP connection, that connects to my server, and mounts remote directory. The thing is, I see no way to configure that FTP client, whatever that ...
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1answer
320 views

change sftp to ftp

I recently installed a CentOS machine for a couple of game servers. I followed some tutorials on the web for that, because I'm a linux noob. But. I want to sftp to store data on the server but it is ...
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1answer
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Connecting to FTP sites via squid

I'm using the squid proxy on CentOS but, I can't connect to FTP sites from WAN. I did open FTP ports in the firewall on CentOS. However, I receive a "Page cannot be displayed" error when I try to ...
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How can I open port 21 on a Linux VM?

I need to open port 21 on a Linux (CentOS 5) virtual machine I have. I have tried several Google solutions, but none are working. I was wondering if someone could tell me how to do this. Below is ...