Subject: Re: How do I set up an FTP Server?
From: Sy Bensky (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 04 2000 - 11:25:28 MST
There is also a configuration file for ProFTP that you
may need to look at.
--- Sam Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Edit the file /etc/inetd.conf
> You want to un-comment the line that begins "ftp
> stream tcp" (it's about line 35
> or so) - just remove the "#" from the beginning of
> the line. Have a look at the
> end of the line - that'll tell you which ftp daemon
> you're going to be using
> (probably proftp if you're on CS 1.2).
> After doing this, save the file and send INETD a
> SIGHUP signal (so it re-reads
> the configuration file).
> At this point you should be able to ftp in as one of
> your users (you'll land in
> that user's home directory).
> That'll get you started, then read the mailing list
> archives (search for
> "proftp" and "wuftp" ) for more info on security
> On 12/3/00 at 4:19 PM, email@example.com (Som Datye) wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > How do I exactly set up an FTP server on YDL?
> > Thanks for all the prevous help,
> > Som Datye
> > Ps: thanks to those who replied the "MP3 Encoders
> ain't working" message. =)
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