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I'm using AIX v 5.3
I want to create system users to access through ftp or sftp and restrict those users into specific directory and don't traverse the whole file system just to be restricted within a directory and don't get shell access . i don't want to use any other third party... (7 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am currently writing an application that besides other thing ,ftps files from remote machines (running linux and solaris). My problem is this: i am connecting to remote machines as a user other than root and i have found that there is a possibility that i will encounter folders with... (3 Replies)
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3. IP Networking
I was wondering why I can't connect through Terminal to my FTP server.
It perfectly works through client FTP (I've attached an image with settings)
But I can't using the terminal
I tried many times the same password I use on FTP... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: aneuryzma
Hello,I must share file from Linux machine to Solaris.I've enabled ftp with svcadm enable ftp,when I connect from Linux box I have this
"Name (192.168.1.4:root): anonymous
331 Guest login ok,send your complete e-mail address as password
Password : (I give my e-mail address)
530 Login incorrect... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: bgf0
5. Red Hat
Hi dear all
When i try to connect to an ftp site it shows the following error
"An FTP authentication failure occurred while trying to retrieve the URL: ftp://xyz.org/
Squid sent the following FTP command:
and then received this reply
User anonymous cannot log in"
I... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: surfer24
I want to deny ftp access to some user. Currently I don't have /etc/ftpusers file. From the man page , i can modify the login shell at /etc/passwd to invalid one. How to add it ? replaced with /dev/null or something. If you have any other method to disabled it . Pls show me.
My FTP is... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: skully
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How to restrict ftp user to move to the parent directory of his home directory.
Any suggestions will be appreciated.
O.S Sun solaris
Regards (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: sehgalniraj
8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I created a user which I would like to have access only to FTP. I am able to get FTP to the machine with that user, but I only want him to have access to two directories, and no shell access. How can I accomplish this?
Aaron (1 Reply)
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I am running Solaris 8 and PROFtpd. I have my network functioning correctly. The server can be pinged from any machine on the network. There is no firewall between the client and the server. The proftpd service is running using the correct and only proftpd.conf file in standalone... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: zbis12
I just setup my ftp server on Solaris 8. Everything works fine...except I do not want to allow certain users to be able to change directories outside of their /home directory. In other wors I don't want everyone to be able to view files in other folders outside of their home directoy. I know how to... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jskillet