Maximiliam

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Is there a chance cpanel could develop better ftp controls for users, so you acutally can set permissions on directories for specific users instead of no controls what so ever.

Only way as i know it now when you create an account for a ftp user, they only have access to their own directory.

Also anonymous ftp doesent work so good on virtual domains (servers that only has one ip)

instead of [email protected] there should be another characther for the @ or else you cannot make a direct link to a ftp file on your public html page. As the @ sign interfears... i manually changed the scripts to also add _ that way it will work

ftp://[email protected]:[email protected] does not work, but

ftp://anonymous_domain.com:[email protected] does
 

DaveUsedToWorkHere

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Dec 28, 2001
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[quote:1bca49a126][i:1bca49a126]Originally posted by Maximiliam[/i:1bca49a126]

Is there a chance cpanel could develop better ftp controls for users, so you acutally can set permissions on directories for specific users instead of no controls what so ever.

Only way as i know it now when you create an account for a ftp user, they only have access to their own directory.

Also anonymous ftp doesent work so good on virtual domains (servers that only has one ip)

instead of [email protected] there should be another characther for the @ or else you cannot make a direct link to a ftp file on your public html page. As the @ sign interfears... i manually changed the scripts to also add _ that way it will work

ftp://[email protected]:[email protected] does not work, but

ftp://anonymous_domain.com:[email protected] does[/quote:1bca49a126]

You can submit a feature request for this at www.cpanel.net/bugzilla. Also you can use chown to give permission on folders for the mean-time.