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4answers
186 views

Allowing rename but not moving to other directory

Users can upload/delete/rename files via vsftp server and everything works well except they can also move files across directories. Is it possible to allow renaming of files but disallow moving them ...
2
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1answer
652 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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1answer
417 views

Security - Giving Apache write access to /var/www/html

I am running Worpdress on an CentOS Webserver. Now, to enable wordpress to be able to upload/write files to the default webserver directory /var/www/html I had to do the following change on the ...
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0answers
189 views

vsftpd - ftp user cannot create folders

CentOS - I have created an ftp user that can log in remotely over the internet to the vsftpd server. Now I can log in via ftp, see all the directory listings (not limited/jailed) to any directory, ...
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2answers
4k views

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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0answers
171 views

vsftpd virtual user read permissions

I have a vsftp server that services a read-only public space by anonymous login. It works fine. I need to add a few specific users that will authenticate by username/password and they will have ...
0
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2answers
370 views

Linux Permissions vsftpd

I have mybb installed and running in /var/www/forums. I have two users part of the www group, logan and www-data. I have the recursive permissions of forums directory set to: chmod -R 755 forums ...
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0answers
155 views

vsftpd on Ubuntu not obeying filesystem permissions

I'm trying to set an FTP upload to a web root on Ubuntu 12.04 using vsftp. The user has a local account, username_ftp. I changed their home to their web root in /etc/passwd. ...
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2answers
2k views

getting 553 - cannot create file in vsftpd (ubuntu 12.04)

I'm trying to setup a ftp account for a user that has read/write access to one folder: /items/myuser I've set up the account with username 'myuser' in Linux with the adduser command. After that, I've ...
2
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1answer
3k views

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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1answer
519 views

Permisions overwritten when files are transfered via FTP. What to do?

Got my web server up and running using apache2 with the ability to ftp to /var/www folder. However, if I make an update to .html and copied over the file via ftp, the file's permisions become more ...