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Is there a possibility to add support for proftpd and vsftpd option to enable display of hidden files (that start with . = dot) in ISPConfig? Since ISPConfig adds its config to default configuration of those daemons.

To do this we need to add, for proftd, in /etc/proftpd/proftpd.conf:
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ListOptions "-a"
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but it can be also added into /etc/proftpd_ispconfig.conf for each virtual host.
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You'd have to do this manually in proftpd.conf.
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i searching for ListOption which show users hidden .ht^ files in web space.
Have someone something simmiliar in proftpd? -la or -a is too much, users can change them, i dont want this.
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-la or -a is too much, users can change them
Users can change your ProFTPd configuration?
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No proftpd config no, but other hidden system files, procmail recepies and others. i want them show ony ht*.* files which is about website.
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You can chroot the FTP users to just the web site directory (there shouldn't be any procmail recipes).

Code:
DefaultRoot ~/web
in proftpd.conf
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That is solution, but some users include application files outside from /web folder, for example Zend Framework applications /library /application.

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I didn'T find anything on http://proftpd.org/localsite/Usergui...irectives.html that could solve the problem...
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