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User cannot log in with FTP accounts...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by brianteeter, May 3, 2002.

  1. brianteeter

    brianteeter Well-Known Member

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    I have a user that I recently switched from an IP-shared acconut to an IP-dedicated account. They cannot log in with their FTP users as created in CPanel.

    I manually added an entry in proftpd.conf for their account:

    &VirtualHost 216.12.211.159&
    ExtendedLog /etc/httpd/domlogs/ftp.screaminggames.com-ftpbytes_log READ BytesLog
    TransferLog /etc/httpd/domlogs/ftp.screaminggames.com-ftp_log
    ServerName ftp.screaminggames.com
    AuthUserFile /etc/proftpd/screamin
    MaxClients 3 &Sorry, this ftp server has reached its maximum user count (%m). Please try again later&
    DirFakeGroup On ftpgroup
    DirFakeUser On ftpuser
    DefaultRoot ~
    &Directory /&
    AllowOverwrite on
    HideGroup wheel
    HideUser root
    &/Directory&
    &Anonymous /home/screamin/public_ftp&
    UseFtpUsers on
    RequireValidShell off
    User ftp
    Group ftp
    UserAlias anonymous ftp
    DisplayLogin welcome.msg
    DisplayFirstChdir .message
    &Limit WRITE&
    DenyAll
    &/Limit&
    &Directory incoming&
    &Limit STOR&
    AllowAll
    &/Limit&
    &Limit WRITE READ&
    DenyAll
    &/Limit&
    &/Directory&
    &/Anonymous&
    &/VirtualHost&


    And restarted. But no luck. I cannot log in with any ID's. (I am including the name@domain.com in the username)

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks - Brian
     
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    brianteeter Well-Known Member

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    Help appreciated!

    Thanks - Brian
     
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    norm Well-Known Member

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    edit /etc/proftpd/theirusername
    edit /etc/proftpd/passwd.vhosts
     
  4. brianteeter

    brianteeter Well-Known Member

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    Actually /scripts/ftpupdate fixed the problem.

    Thanks - Brian
     
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