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Run this command: useradd -d ftp_user:chown 711 /etc/init.d/


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After you've changed your config to include chroot_local_user=YES You could change the user's shell to /usr/sbin/nologin so that if the password leaks you will have mitigated some risk (set the home directory too) usermod -d /var/www/my.domain.example -s /usr/sbin/nologin exampleuser -d, --home HOME_DIR The user’s new login ...


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Working from the vsftpd version 2.2.2, there are two options for keeping users in a chroot jail: chroot_list_enable Just add users to the chroot list e.g. (/etc/vsftpd/chroot_list) that you want placing in a chroot jail. chroot_local_user This will place all local users in a chroot jail, however, if this is set then the chroot_list becomes a list of ...


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Seem that google computer engine already have SFTP service by default. Following is an excellent step by step instruction to use WinSCP as SFTP client to connect to the service. It works perfectly for me on first try. http://winscp.net/eng/docs/guide_google_compute_engine Same principle should apply to use other FTP client software. Hope will save some ...


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After some millions of downloads and test. I Found it. The Matter: In the Script I "cut" the name of file from a Character ("&"). nameCap=${nameCap%%&*} What as happening is that the Main Folder and the subfolders was beeing created with a Space and the end of the folder such as "FolderName ". The same was happening with the subfolders. I Just ...



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