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Old 13th March 2007, 22:31
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Default proftpd +mysql + specific rules

Hi,

I install a proftpd server with mysql on a debian.

All of my users can't exit their own directory (it's normal I set Defaultroot ~).

But I want a few user can go where they want.

I realise with user UNIX with :

Code:
<VirtualHost myserver.com>
ServerName "coucou"
Port 4600
<Limit LOGIN>
AllowUser fabien
DenyAll
</limit>
</virtualHost>
But this doesn't well for mysql clients.

Can you give me a technic to do this?

Last edited by mopsos; 13th March 2007 at 23:42.
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