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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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New local user can't login to vsftpd

I'm a bit puzzled with this one and could really use some help. We have a CentOS 6 box running VSFTPD as a dropbox for our customers. Each customer gets a local user and is chrooted to their home ...
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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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vsftpd - how to allow user to delete files added by another user/group

I have 2 CentOS servers, A and B A, our live server, has an instance of Apache Tomcat running, that downloads files from an external FTP server. After it has downloaded these files, it also copies ...
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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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Is setting CentOS user home-dir as NGINX server block root secure for vsftpd?

This is what I did: CentOS 6.2 server installed nginx installed vsftpd in vsftpd.conf I set chroot_local_user=YES created a new user "bleh" created directory /home/bleh/public_html/ in virtual.conf ...
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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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What are the settings to correct vsftpd “500 OOPS: cannot change directory” error?

My question is what settings do I need to change and/or commands to run to allow me to log into my vsftpd system? I am getting this error, when I login using ftp instead of sftp: Name ...
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SELinux Write access for vsftpd and samba

This should be easy enough I think, but I'm new to SELinux. I have a CentOS 6 file server. I have some LVM file systems at /var/media and I want to use both Samba and FTP to share them with a Windows ...
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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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vsftpd allow full access in selinux

When I try to alow full access to FTP, suing the setsebool -P allow_ftpd_full_access 1 I am getting this error: libsemanage.get_home_dirs: insta homedir /var/www/html or its parent directory ...
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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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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 ...