RE: wu-ftpd woes
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Kahle [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 12:06 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: wu-ftpd woes
> I am trying to setup a ftp server on my company lan for a
> repository of g4u
> created machine images. I have chosen to install wu-ftpd.
> I cannot seam to get this to authenticate me. I have NOT
> setup anonymous
> user access, I am only configuring this based on the guest
> access wu-ftpd
> A few questions. I am using the wu-ftpd package from SID.
> Is the debian package compiled to use /etc/ftpaccess by default? I am
> assuming it is.
> Does wu-ftpd want you to create user entries in:
> ../[the directory you want the user to chroot to]/etc?
> I am confused as to why this is not working.
> Any (help)(comments)(you are dumb, you should to this) etc welcome.
> Thanks for your time.
I have given up on wu-ftpd. I installed proftpd and I find it MUCH easier
to install and configure. I only hope I can secure it well.
Thanks for your time.