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ftpusers(5) [freebsd man page]

FTPUSERS(5)                                                   BSD File Formats Manual                                                  FTPUSERS(5)

NAME
ftpusers -- file which lists users who are not allowed to use ftp DESCRIPTION
/etc/ftpusers is used by proftpd(8); the file contains a list of users who are not allowed to use the ftp command. For security reasons at least users like ``root'', ``bin'', ``uucp'' and ``news'' should be listed in this file. Blank lines and lines beginning with `#' are ignored. Note: a lines with `#' in the middle is not a comment. Don't put `#' after a name to comment it; use another line, or things will silently fail on you. EXAMPLES
/etc/ftpusers might contain the following entries: # # /etc/ftpusers # root bin uucp news FILES
/etc/ftpusers SEE ALSO
ftp(1), proftpd(8) Debian proftpd April 19, 2001 Debian proftpd

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GPROSTATS(8)						 proftpd statistics generator tool					      GPROSTATS(8)

NAME
gprostats - statistics generator tool for proftpd SYNOPSIS
gprostats [-c FILE] [-html PATH] [-w FILE] [-x FILE] gprostats [-help] DESCRIPTION
gprostats is a staticics generator tool for proftpd. It takes all users in proftpd.conf and if one if those users exists in the xferlog those ul/dl stats gets added to that user. The statistics are sorted by top 10 ul and dl. It can generate html output and welcome messages for all users that are currently listed in proftpd.conf. OPTIONS
-c FILE Specifies alternative location of the proftpd configuration file. Default is /etc/proftpd/proftpd.conf. -help Shows help. -html PATH Make a html ftp statistics page in the specified location, e.g. /var/www/html/ftp.htm. -w FILE Make welcome messages for all ftpusers with this name. Default is welcome.msg. -x FILE Specifies alternative location of the proftpd log file. Default is /usr/var/log/xferlog. If neither of the -w or -html flags are used it will just print the results to the screen. Only uploads and downloads above 1023 Bytes are counted. HOMEPAGE
More information about gadmin-proftpd and the gadmintools project can be found at <http://www.gadmintools.org/>. AUTHOR
gadmin-proftpd was written by Magnus Loef <magnus-swe@telia.com>. This manual page was written by Daniel Baumann <daniel@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 0.3.9 2010-03-14 GPROSTATS(8)
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