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I faced the same authentication error with pam_service_name=vsftpd. Following advice online, I couldn't work out why setting pam_service_name=ftp fixed the problem so I tested setting this to pam_service_name=foobar and it also fixed the issue! Disclaimer: I too am new to linux however I believe the generally accepted advice to set pam_service_name=ftp ...


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Another way: wget -O /dev/null -q ftp://192.168.1.55 Returns 0 if the server is up, otherwise returns positive/negaive value. Expanation: wget tries to reach the url, in this case an ftp server. The -O option redirects the output, if any, to /dev/null so it is not written to a file not to stdout. The -q option suppresses any additional output (like ...


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Since you use killall at the end of your script you can detach your openvpn task from the terminal by adding a &: #!/bin/bash echo "ich logge mich jetzt beim VPN ein " sudo openvpn /etc/openvpn/magicbox1.ovpn & echo "warte auf den server" sleep 5 echo "bin eingeloggt, hole jetzt die Daten" sudo ncftpget -DD -T -R -v -u <username> -p ...


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If you're after a nice web-based FTP client, www.monstaftp.com is an open source PHP FTP file manager.


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All you need to do is to add alice user into bob's group, since bob is the creator and owner of the files. To check who is the owner of a file, use $ ls -l filename To see which groups bob is registered in, use $ groups bob To add existing user alice to a group, use # usermod -a -G groupname alice Also check this out, for more on user management.


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First solution Install lftp sudo apt-get install lftp after that create script #!/bin/bash HOST='mysite.com' USER='myuser' PASS='myuser' TARGETFOLDER='/new' SOURCEFOLDER='/home/myuser/backups' lftp -f " open $HOST user $USER $PASS lcd $SOURCEFOLDER mirror --reverse --delete --verbose $SOURCEFOLDER $TARGETFOLDER bye " Save it on some place with name ...


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you could also add. nameserver 8.8.8.8 to /etc/resolv.conf


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You don't have DNS working. Add the directive to interfaces to enable it. dns-nameservers 8.8.8.8 Full Example for your configuration. auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth1 iface eth1 inet static address 192.168.5.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.5.254 dns-nameservers 8.8.8.8


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Run echo "allow_writeable_chroot=YES" >> /etc/vsftpd.conf && service vsftpd restart



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