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In spite of its name it supports FTP. The name VSFTPD stands for "Very Secure File Transport Protocol Daemon".

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The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as one of the most common means of copying files between computers over the Internet. Most web based download sites use the built in FTP capabilities of web browsers and therefore most server oriented operating systems usually include an FTP server application as part of the software suite. Linux is no exception. With this page I will show how to convert a DebianGNU/Linux box into an FTP server using the vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) package which is included with the standard Debian distribution i.e. no need to compile anything ourselves which saves time and makes things work even for the inexperienced users.

Source: http://www.markus-gattol.name/ws/vsftpd.html

There are many tutorials, such as this one titled: How To Configure vsftpd to Use SSL/TLS on an Ubuntu VPS that show how to setup regular FTP service using vsftpd. The first section describes the steps.

After editing the config file: sudo nano /etc/vsftpd.conf:

anonymous_enable=NO
local_enable=YES
write_enable=YES
chroot_local_user=YES

Then add a ftp user:

$ sudo adduser ftpuser

Then create their home directory:

$ sudo chown root:root /home/ftpuser

And create directories for them to upload/download to within:

$ sudo mkdir /home/ftpuser/files
$ sudo chown ftpuser:ftpuser /home/ftpuser/files

Using Filezilla

When you use filezilla be sure you're selected the appropriate port and protocol type in the site manager dialog.

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In spite of its name it supports FTP. The name VSFTPD stands for "Very Secure File Transport Protocol Daemon".

abstract

The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as one of the most common means of copying files between computers over the Internet. Most web based download sites use the built in FTP capabilities of web browsers and therefore most server oriented operating systems usually include an FTP server application as part of the software suite. Linux is no exception. With this page I will show how to convert a DebianGNU/Linux box into an FTP server using the vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) package which is included with the standard Debian distribution i.e. no need to compile anything ourselves which saves time and makes things work even for the inexperienced users.

Source: http://www.markus-gattol.name/ws/vsftpd.html

There are many tutorials, such as this one titled: How To Configure vsftpd to Use SSL/TLS on an Ubuntu VPS that show how to setup regular FTP service using vsftpd. The first section describes the steps.

After editing the config file: sudo nano /etc/vsftpd.conf:

anonymous_enable=NO
local_enable=YES
write_enable=YES
chroot_local_user=YES

Then add a ftp user:

$ sudo adduser ftpuser

Then create their home directory:

$ sudo chown root:root /home/ftpuser

And create directories for them to upload/download to within:

$ sudo mkdir /home/ftpuser/files
$ sudo chown ftpuser:ftpuser /home/ftpuser/files

References

In spite of its name it supports FTP. The name VSFTPD stands for "Very Secure File Transport Protocol Daemon".

abstract

The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as one of the most common means of copying files between computers over the Internet. Most web based download sites use the built in FTP capabilities of web browsers and therefore most server oriented operating systems usually include an FTP server application as part of the software suite. Linux is no exception. With this page I will show how to convert a DebianGNU/Linux box into an FTP server using the vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) package which is included with the standard Debian distribution i.e. no need to compile anything ourselves which saves time and makes things work even for the inexperienced users.

Source: http://www.markus-gattol.name/ws/vsftpd.html

There are many tutorials, such as this one titled: How To Configure vsftpd to Use SSL/TLS on an Ubuntu VPS that show how to setup regular FTP service using vsftpd. The first section describes the steps.

After editing the config file: sudo nano /etc/vsftpd.conf:

anonymous_enable=NO
local_enable=YES
write_enable=YES
chroot_local_user=YES

Then add a ftp user:

$ sudo adduser ftpuser

Then create their home directory:

$ sudo chown root:root /home/ftpuser

And create directories for them to upload/download to within:

$ sudo mkdir /home/ftpuser/files
$ sudo chown ftpuser:ftpuser /home/ftpuser/files

Using Filezilla

When you use filezilla be sure you're selected the appropriate port and protocol type in the site manager dialog.

    ss #1

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In spite of its name it supports FTP. The name VSFTPD stands for "Very Secure File Transport Protocol Daemon".

abstract

The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as one of the most common means of copying files between computers over the Internet. Most web based download sites use the built in FTP capabilities of web browsers and therefore most server oriented operating systems usually include an FTP server application as part of the software suite. Linux is no exception. With this page I will show how to convert a DebianGNU/Linux box into an FTP server using the vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) package which is included with the standard Debian distribution i.e. no need to compile anything ourselves which saves time and makes things work even for the inexperienced users.

Source: http://www.markus-gattol.name/ws/vsftpd.html

There are many tutorials, such as this one titled: How To Configure vsftpd to Use SSL/TLS on an Ubuntu VPS that show how to setup regular FTP service using vsftpd. The first section describes the steps.

After editing the config file: sudo nano /etc/vsftpd.conf:

anonymous_enable=NO
local_enable=YES
write_enable=YES
chroot_local_user=YES

Then add a ftp user:

$ sudo adduser ftpuser

Then create their home directory:

$ sudo chown root:root /home/ftpuser

And create directories for them to upload/download to within:

$ sudo mkdir /home/ftpuser/files
$ sudo chown ftpuser:ftpuser /home/ftpuser/files

References

In spite of its name it supports FTP. The name VSFTPD stands for "Very Secure File Transport Protocol Daemon".

abstract

The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as one of the most common means of copying files between computers over the Internet. Most web based download sites use the built in FTP capabilities of web browsers and therefore most server oriented operating systems usually include an FTP server application as part of the software suite. Linux is no exception. With this page I will show how to convert a DebianGNU/Linux box into an FTP server using the vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) package which is included with the standard Debian distribution i.e. no need to compile anything ourselves which saves time and makes things work even for the inexperienced users.

Source: http://www.markus-gattol.name/ws/vsftpd.html

In spite of its name it supports FTP. The name VSFTPD stands for "Very Secure File Transport Protocol Daemon".

abstract

The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as one of the most common means of copying files between computers over the Internet. Most web based download sites use the built in FTP capabilities of web browsers and therefore most server oriented operating systems usually include an FTP server application as part of the software suite. Linux is no exception. With this page I will show how to convert a DebianGNU/Linux box into an FTP server using the vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) package which is included with the standard Debian distribution i.e. no need to compile anything ourselves which saves time and makes things work even for the inexperienced users.

Source: http://www.markus-gattol.name/ws/vsftpd.html

There are many tutorials, such as this one titled: How To Configure vsftpd to Use SSL/TLS on an Ubuntu VPS that show how to setup regular FTP service using vsftpd. The first section describes the steps.

After editing the config file: sudo nano /etc/vsftpd.conf:

anonymous_enable=NO
local_enable=YES
write_enable=YES
chroot_local_user=YES

Then add a ftp user:

$ sudo adduser ftpuser

Then create their home directory:

$ sudo chown root:root /home/ftpuser

And create directories for them to upload/download to within:

$ sudo mkdir /home/ftpuser/files
$ sudo chown ftpuser:ftpuser /home/ftpuser/files

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In spite of its name it supports FTP. The name VSFTPD stands for "Very Secure File Transport Protocol Daemon".

abstract

The FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as one of the most common means of copying files between computers over the Internet. Most web based download sites use the built in FTP capabilities of web browsers and therefore most server oriented operating systems usually include an FTP server application as part of the software suite. Linux is no exception. With this page I will show how to convert a DebianGNU/Linux box into an FTP server using the vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) package which is included with the standard Debian distribution i.e. no need to compile anything ourselves which saves time and makes things work even for the inexperienced users.

Source: http://www.markus-gattol.name/ws/vsftpd.html