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ProFTPD has nice features and actually is a great choice. It has native FTP over SSH support which is fantastic if you want encryption. All the documents can be found here It also has nice features to analyse logs and messages via The Webalizer and ftpweblog scripts
I'm using vsftpd on an internal server, so I can only answer for that one… vsftpd has basically two parameters to control the directory listing in its /etc/vsftpd.conf dirlist_enable If set to NO, all directory list commands will give permission denied. Default: YES dirmessage_enable If enabled, users of the FTP server can be shown messages ...
I don't know which FTP server you've looked at but there are several available. For example proftpd is available for Ubuntu and offers SSL. Apart from don't confuse the various protocols: FTP: the old file transfer protocol which has different TCP connections for commands and data and which is a pain to use when different networks or firewalls are ...
This guy deserves a medal: http://serverfault.com/questions/6895/whats-the-best-way-of-handling-permissions-for-apache2s-user-www-data-in-var Setting group ID the way he explains made it work!
sounds like your uploading to www folder? the FTP site administrator decides which folders have read / write permissions, try using "filezilla" ftp client in ubuntu software center, your password decides what user rights you have, contact the webmaster of the site and log a support call for him / her to change the directory permissions, lastly www-data?? is ...
Please note that if you are using a nonstandard / custom ftp port, you can just add ports=<portnumber> to the end of the line. For a specific example, HylaFax works using FTP protocol and begins connections using port 4559 as the control port, and then opens passive FTP ports who-knows-where. All you have to do with a custom FTP port of 4559 is sudo ...
sudo nano /etc/vsftpd.conf pasv_enable=Yes pasv_max_port=10100 pasv_min_port=10090 iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --destination-port 10090:10100 -j ACCEPT sudo ufw allow 10090:10100/tcp Try allowing Anon login to make sure its not a user/pwd problem. Not sure what pasv_address is. but I have a domain name, so maybe its needed for IP? BTW Check out ...
You will need to put an EOF at the end of your script. ftp -in <<EOF open $ftp_site user $username $passwd bin put /home/manideep/hetzner$filenameob put /home/manideep/hetznerftp/pgdump.backup close bye EOF
Thanks for your reply. The file which i am currently working on are very large (around 2-3 GB) so break in connection leads to again transfer of files.If i would have a client i can atleast resume my transfer from where it just lost the connection.
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