I'm stumped. I've seen the related questions about editing
/etc/sysconfig/iptables-config, but I'm running CentOS 7 (and webmin/virtualmin), which uses firewalld instead of iptables.
How do I get
modprobe nf_conntrack_ftp to persist after a reboot? I tried setting up a cron on reboot to issue the command, but that didn't work (and is probably the wrong way to go about it anyway).
Right now after every reboot I have to login and type in the command manually in order to get FTP connections to work correctly.