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/bin/ftpsh losted

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by agressor, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. agressor

    agressor Active Member

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    hi there, well i have problem in one server, the error log is this

    Feb 18 13:51:55 serv proftpd[10663]: serv.server.com (*ip*[*ip*]) - USER myuser (Login failed): Invalid shell: '/bin/ftpsh '
    Feb 18 15:22:41 serv proftpd[31321]: serv.server.com (*ip*[*ip*]) - USER myuser (Login failed): Invalid shell: '/bin/ftpsh '


    # /bin/ftpsh
    -bash: /bin/ftpsh: No such file or directory


    i try upcp --force and still not fixed, somehints?
     
  2. arunsv84

    arunsv84 Well-Known Member

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    "(Login failed): Invalid shell"

    The user attempting to login has been given a shell that is not listed in the system's /etc/shells file. By default, proftpd will require that users logging in have valid shells. Use the RequireValidShell directive to turn off this requirement:

    RequireValidShell off

    Restart pro ftpd and then try.
     
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