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I'd give ProFTPD a look. ProFTPD is just the server daemon but there are several GUIs that you can use to manage it. Also check out the ProFTPD wikipedia page for additional information as well as a link to a comparison of other FTP servers. GAdmin-ProFTPD GAdmin-ProFTPD is a GTK+ front end for GNOME and KDE, as a part of the GAdmintools collection. ...
Most unix variants do not allow users to create files belonging to another user, for good reason. It's rather strange that you would need that. If you want userC to be able to create and delete files inside userA/, give userC write permission to the directory. With your setup, the easiest way would be to put all these users in a common group mygroup and ...
Try to "mount --bind" the shared directory into the user's directory. mount --bind /home/actual_share/ /home/someguy/shared/ I assume you'll need to add group write to the "actual_share". Got the idea from this forum post.
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