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I have VSFTPD installed in CentOS. Where i have one username "lesstrust1", when the user login i want the user only can upload/download to this path /var/www/html/oxwall

$ yum install vsfptd
$ chkconfig vsftpd on

How do i tell VSFTPD to do that?

EDIT:

I have tried following based on man but does not work.

$ vim /etc/vsftpd/config.conf
# end of the file new line added
user_config_dir=/etc/vsftpd

$ vim /etc/vsftpd/username1
local_root=/var/www/html/oxwall

$ service vsftpd restart

Now, when FTP is connected as username1 it does not go to /var/www/html/oxwall but username1 can browse whole system including / or /etc all.

Is this a BUG?

  • Did you try man vsftpd.conf? – Keith Feb 2 '13 at 8:15
  • @Keith: YES Please see my edit above. I did but its not working – user11085 Feb 3 '13 at 0:12
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You should set "lesstrust1" users home directory to /var/www/html/oxwall.

usermod --home /var/www/html/oxwall lesstrust1

And add the following line to your vsftpd configuration file.

chroot_local_user=YES
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  • You should add that /var/www/html/oxwall must not be writeable by the user otherwise vsftpd will fail to start. – garethTheRed Aug 24 '14 at 17:07

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