leclerch at ensieta.fr
Wed Feb 11 15:10:50 PST 2004
Thanks for your suggestions, I finally found the problem: the file /etc/ftpusers cointained all users of the systems, including user ftp.
I removed the line, and now it works fine.
P.R. a écrit :
>* The user exists, with /home/ftp as home directory. I checked the rights. I really don't understand.
>Hmmmm. Me neither.
>Can you send the lines concerning the user/group
>ftp from /etc/passwd and or /etc/shadow and /etc/group ?
>The rights should not be the problem, I tried at my own proftpd, the
>error message is different when proftpd cannot accesse ftp's home
>directory because of no rights.
>My next suggestion would be:
>Replace the ~ftp in proftpd.conf with the real path.
>(/home/ftp was it, right?)
>And then: Have you tried to create another user 'test' (always needed
>anyways ;-) and configure proftpd for that user?
More information about the blfs-support