Re: ftp root password
Jordon Bedwell put forth on 8/26/2010 11:27 PM:
> On 8/26/2010 11:25 PM, J.H.Kim wrote:
>> Hi, everyone
>> My root password, for exmple, is 1234.
>> When I do ftp to my debian, the password 1234 for root account is not
>> Other user account is well operated with ftp.
>> How can I fix it?
>> Thanks in advance.
>> J.Hwan Kim
> 1.) You did not give us the FTP client and server you use.
> 2.) Root is never (usually) allowed by FTP, try SFTP with SSHD if you
> want root. Talk about breaking the ring of security. Plain text blah.
/etc$ cat ftpusers
# /etc/ftpusers: list of users disallowed FTP access. See ftpusers(5).