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If you're setting your users' home directory using adduser then there is no need to chroot - your users will have automatic access to their home directories with the local_enable option. If the files are in a different location, simply change their home to be this location. As long as they aren't expected to ssh in, then there should be no issues. Make ...


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There are several modes with SSL and FTP: Implicit SSL, that is SSL from start (usually port 990) and never plain text. In this case you get no clear text information at the firewall about the dynamic data ports and thus cannot restrict communication to only these ports. Explicit SSL with "AUTH TLS" command before login to enable SSL but without CCC after ...


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Take care you have created the user with /sbin/nologin because a typo error like /bin/nologin makes the difference



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