Ubuntu 6.06 - FTP login

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by vincentthe, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. vincentthe

    vincentthe New Member

    I just installed ISPConfig after following the perfect setup tutorial. Installation was flawless, but I do seem to have one problem. FTP login doesn't seem to be integrated into the system. According to the server-status the ftp-server is running (which is confirmed by the fact that I am able to ftp to my server with the existing system users). However, any new users added to the system do not have ftp access. Any suggestions where I should look or which settings I overlooked?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Please enable the "FTP" Checkbox in the settings of the website to enable FTP for the users of this website.
     
  3. vincentthe

    vincentthe New Member

    The FTP checkbox is enabled, I came that far :)

    However the mistake was even dumber. I failed to use the proper username "web1_<user>". So it is working actually.

    But this username naming does raise another question. In the management | system config | settings | ISP Manager it is possible to set the prefix. In the prefix there is a standard item "[WEBID]" included which in my case reverts to "1". Can I just erase the complete prefix and put any string I like into the field without disrupting anything? Is it possible to change the "WEBID" somewhere (since this is actually our third server it seems strange to have users with a "web1" prefix)?
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    You can set any strong in the user prefiy that you want, but I dont recommend to use a fixed string. As this is your third server, you may want to use something like this:

    s3_w[WEBID]_ or s3_web[WEBID]_

    You may also use the placeholder [DOMIAIN], but it may case trouble with usernames getting too long.
     
  5. vincentthe

    vincentthe New Member

    Thanks for your quick reply. What is the [WEBID] variable anyway?
     
  6. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The [WEBID] contains the internal ID number of the website, it corresponds withe the folder names in /var/www/web[WEBID]/.... where the websites are located.
     
  7. vincentthe

    vincentthe New Member

    And another question: is there an easy way to repopulate the database with the start-settings?

    Some way deleting users and sites doesn't really delete them. They still show up in the dropdown menu's and the system users are not removed either. Am I doing something wrong?
     
  8. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The items are in the recycle bin. You must empty the recycle bin to delete them completely.
     
  9. vincentthe

    vincentthe New Member

    Great! I think I understand the system now ;)

    Thanks for the quick reply's and as far as I can judge it now, I think the system is awesome.
     
  10. ilushkin

    ilushkin New Member

    same problem with edgy 6.10

    i still didnt figure out why my client cant connect to ftp, though no firewall enabled and admin can access own account.
     
  11. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Are you sure you didn't mix up ISPConfig users (-> clients, resellers) and FTP/email users?
     

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