Here is my situation. I want to give users access to a folder not in their home tree. I have user1 and when he accesses the ftp he sees / when he is really accessing /somedir/home/user1 Then user2 ...
What I want is to be able to display all files that are ftp'd into /home/ftp in /srv/ftp /srv/ftp is password protected, and has files in it which I don't want to be accessible from the public ftp. ...
I tried to give proftpd virtual users access to directories outside their home paths using symlinks I created as root through the console. /var/ftp/users/test is the home of the user named test. ...
I have 2 folder: /var/www/project1/ /var/www/repository/module/ and I have this symbolic link: /var/www/project1/module/News => /var/www/repository/module/News I know the target is outside the ...