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Anonymous FTP directory /var/ftp/pub

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by moinkhan31, Aug 18, 2008.

  1. moinkhan31

    moinkhan31 Member

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    Hello,

    We have enable anonymous ftp on server. We are use PureFTP

    WHM==>FTP Configuration==>Anonymous FTP enable

    But when we are brows ftp://domainname.com or any word pace of ftp
    ftp://antword.domainname.com

    We have getting the default contain in /var/ftp/pub/

    But i want show or access data in /home/user/public_ftp/ or /home/user/public_ftp/ incoming . How to change there default directory (var/ftp/pub) to any directory. (/home/user/public_ftp/ or /home/user/public_ftp/ incoming).

    My goal, primarily for anonymous ftp users, is to restrict them to the
    "/var/ftp/pub" directory and below.

    As in I do not want them to be able to "cd .." and view/access the
    "/var/ftp/bin" or the "/var/ftp/etc" directory.


    I means when we login anonymous ftp we will able to access /home/user/public_ftp directory but we are not access above directory.

    We are accessing /varpftp/pub directory.....why

    we are run /script/upcp --force but no luck to solve
     
    #1 moinkhan31, Aug 18, 2008
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  2. moinkhan31

    moinkhan31 Member

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    Hello,

    Please any one reply me
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Are you logging in as anonymous@example.com where example.com is the domain owned by the user - or are you using the anonymous FTP capabilities built into your FTP application?
     
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