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Old 30th July 2006, 21:01
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Hello!

I have a silly question regarding FTP server!

I mast have 4 ftp users with different ftp access types.

User1
User2
User3
User4

Srv/www/ --------------------------------- user1 – read write access to all sub directories
+++++++/www.example1.com--------------- user2 (it’s working)
+++++++/www.example2.com--------------- user2 (it’s working)
+++++++/pub------------------------------ user3 – read write access to directory
+++++++/limited---------------------------- user4 – read write access to directory

It’s possible to make 3 mores ftp users and make such permission schema?

I’m am beginner in Linux bat this is a thin holds my from getting to Linux box

Can’t some one point my to writhe direction or the most appreciated by a sample to make this.
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Old 31st July 2006, 09:51
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Hello!

I have a silly question regarding FTP server!

I mast have 4 ftp users with different ftp access types.

User1
User2
User3
User4

Srv/www/ --------------------------------- user1 – read write access to all sub directories
+++++++/www.example1.com--------------- user2 (it’s working)
+++++++/www.example2.com--------------- user2 (it’s working)
+++++++/pub------------------------------ user3 – read write access to directory
+++++++/limited---------------------------- user4 – read write access to directory

It’s possible to make 3 mores ftp users and make such permission schema?

Yes, that possible.

Set the home directory of user1 to /srv/www and the home directory of user3 and for to the directories /srv/www/pub and /srv/www/limited.
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Old 31st July 2006, 10:17
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Then you for your quick answer!

Couple more questions.

They mas by a system users?

Where I can change a home directory for users if I using SuSE 10.1 version?

There will by no security hole if I will do that in this way?
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Where I can change a home directory for users if I using SuSE 10.1 version?
If the user already exists, you can change the homedir in /etc/passwd.
If it doesn't exist, you can specify the correct homedir when you create the user with the useradd command. Have a look at
Code:
man useradd
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