regarding proftpd and users with shell access
using debian 3.1, setup accordingly to the eprfect debian setup and using ispconfig.
I got a report from tiger :
Or is this a normal behaviour?
If i remember correctly, proftpd itself is running as root, if someone connects, a child process is spawned, the child access drops priveliges and runs as the user that has connected until the ftp connection ends.
So i think this report is OK.
I was investigating this as proftpd disconnects after severall seconds due to an glibc error I described in another post here in the forum. I'll try and downgrade the libc6 to another version, hopefully proftpd will work again.
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