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Old 29th October 2005, 19:34
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Originally Posted by kanal42
I don't know, but may the ftp-user must have shell access. As I just read on the proftpd site, the option

DefaultRoot ~
will make a chroot as soon, as the user logs in, so the ftp-session can run in a kind of sandbox. If the user hasn't got shell access, this might end up in

$> chroot /dev/null
-> timeout! . So try it and give the ftp user shell access...then retry. If possible you can check the

regards maik
As Till has posted before, you have to enable "FTP Access" on the "Basis" tab of a web site. Then you don't have to give your users shell access.
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