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It's not entirely clear to me whether these iptables rules are on your client or your server. Your statement "it doesn't work when I try to connect to it" is not at all helpful. Please update your question to clarify these issues. If these rules are on your server you can't conect to it from elsewhere because you haven't defined any rules that permit this. ...


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mount ftp resource locally with: curlftpfs [user@]host:[dir] mountpoint [options] and do whatever you like like a local filesystem


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Copy your commands and put them in a script, call it something like filecheck.sh. So the script will look something like this: #!bin/bash #THE DIRECTORY THE ORIGINAL FILE IS STORED IN MYDIR="/Users/Stu/Documents/Hoffi Work/FTP Backup Shell Script/Original" #THE DIRECTORY THE BACKUP FILE WILL BE STORED IN DEST="/Users/Stu/Documents/Hoffi Work/FTP Backup ...


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First of all it is indeed a bad idea to use the homedirectory of root for other purposes. Consider a dedicated home directory for the new user, root is always able to access it. Are you indeed looking for setting the homedirectory of the ftp user to the homedirectory of the superuser root or are you looking for a way to safely specify a FTP root (jailed or ...



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