1.5.24 Odd ProFTPD Permission Listing Problem

Carlo Florendo subscribermail@gmail.com
Wed Apr 18 00:48:00 GMT 2007


Ronald Reed wrote:
> Sorry, I forgot to include those details. The proftpd server runs as
> SYSTEM and is started automatically via the cygrunsrv.exe program. The
> user that logs in, is a Power User with full access rights to the login
> directory.

It may have full access rights but the directory tree may not have the 
correct permission modes.  Try doing a "chmod 755 -R <ftp_directory>" on 
the ftp directory tree.

If that does not work, try running proftpd as power user.  Try looking at 
/usr/share/doc/proftpd-<version>/ for additional documentation, or scourge 
the web, on how to run proftpd as power user.

If none of these suggestions still work, kindly provide more details such 
as logs from window's event manager.

Thanks.

Best Regards,

Carlo


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