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Old 16th May 2009, 13:49
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Any errors in your logs?
Is it a physical server or a virtual machine?
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Hi Guys!! I'm having the exact same problem... Can anyone review this thread and try to point me in the right direction for a solution??

Thanks for your efforts!!
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Is this a physical server or a virtual machine? If it's a virtual machine, which virtualization technique do you use (OpenVZ/Virtuozzo, Xen, KVM, VMware, etc.)?
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Is this a physical server or a virtual machine? If it's a virtual machine, which virtualization technique do you use (OpenVZ/Virtuozzo, Xen, KVM, VMware, etc.)?

Hi falko!

Thanks for your input on this topic. To answer your question, it is a VPS hosted on the OpenVZ platform.

After a few more hours of searching after I posted this thread, I found that you can recompile ProFTPd with the --without-capabilities option to fix this problem.

This solution did work for me. Thanks again, however, for taking the time to respond to my post!
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I had the same problem on Lenny with a VPS Machine. Create a new deb-package solve the problem.

Now there is a new problem:
'apt-get upgrade' wants to reinstall pure-ftpd-mysql. If i do this, i get the version with capabilities on. ISPConfig3 also give me a warning. What can i do? Is there a way to disable lookup for pure-ftpd-mysql in dpkg?

Greets,
Grafzahl

Edit:
Problem solved. I must set the package on hold in dpkg. Now there are no warnings in apt-get and ISPConfig3.
Code:
echo pure-ftpd-mysql hold | dpkg --set-selections

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