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In case anyone is having the same problem as this, I was able to fix it by running this command:
chattr -suSiadAcj /home/youruserdir
I figured out what was causing the problem, for anyone else experiencing a similar problem here was what I did. I checked my httpd.conf...
For any cPanel staff reading this, my ticket number is 85956
I'm having the exact same issue, help on this issue would be much appreciated.
Any update on this issue? Perhaps a cPanel support staff member could shed some light on the issue? If any cPanel support staff is reading this,...
Oh ok, now I understand. Nah I'm just trying to get TLS/SSL supprt enabled for regular FTP.
Ok... this problem doesn't have anything to do with a jailed shell because no one has a jailed shell on this server. Correct me if I'm mistaken.
I checked by logging into their shell, it's definently not jailed. The server they were on before only have them a jailed shell and they were...
Mod, please delete this thread, thanks.
Nope, I have root access to this server, and the person who's trying to connect via ssl FTP has a regular shell.
I do have the following entries in my proftpd.conf
I've been trying to get TLS/SSL enabled on ProFTPd, but with every attempt I make I'm tharwarted with the usual FTP client error message: