The key here is to change the ownership of the virtual user's directories using chown and IDs, rather than names. Those that understand binaries and those that don't. [Proftpd-user] chroot issue From: Joe Chambers
But i do this error when i use /var/www/html/number/I have chown number:number and chmod 770 to the Number directory..500 (uid and gid) was the uid and gid from number on the Thanks, Joe * There are 10 kinds of people in the world. m0 (127.0.0.1[127.0.0.1]) - Preparing to chroot() the environment, path = '~/' m0 (127.0.0.1[127.0.0.1]) - [email protected] However they can get out of the home directory. read the full info here
However I get the following in my log if I try to log in with that value. I want to jail/chroot them to the home directory structure. Can somebody help me with next one. 1.
If anyone knows why this would happen, and there is some documentation they can point me to, I would appreciate it very much. sxxxydan New Member I've read through hordes of forums on such a common problem with ProFTP, yet have not been able to find a solid fix. Do > these directories exist? Do these directories exist?
Most chown examples show setting ownership by name, but that means chown would look up the IDs for that name via /etc/passwd, which, as noted above, will not work for virtual However they can get out of the home directory. The home directories belong to the respective users, and are 755 so that they can be read by others. If so, try removing it (rpm -ev proftpd) and reinstalling (rpm -ivh proftpd) it to make sure it loaded the proper pam modules and such.
Thanks, Joe Chambers Re: [Proftpd-user] chroot issue From: TJ Saunders
The execute permission on a directory controls whether a process can chdir/chroot into that directory.Your /home and /home/number directories have the execute bit on for everyone; your /var/www/ and /var/www/html/ directories http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/red-hat-fedora-linux/93724-proftpd-wont-login.html Change /home to 775 and make sure you're setting the right default adduser prefs when creating the accounts. 'useradd -m [user]' sets the proper user directory inside /home assuming your adduser You said it works for /home/number/test/ , right? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
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You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Users who are exempted from the "DefaultRoot" parameter are not forced by the ProFTPd daemon to be logged into a special directory. notice: unable to use '~/' [resolved to '/home/*****fit/']: Permission denied Preparing to chroot to directory '~/' *****fit chroot("~/"): No such file or directory error: unable to set default root directory FTP
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Right now, if a user that is a member of ftp-special logs on, his entry-point is the root ( / ). Browse other questions tagged ftp chroot proftpd or ask your own question. Should I instead be considering another alternative, such as if I can't run proftpd with SELinux, then maybe not having ftp access at all? More about the author However I get the following in my log if I try to log in with that value.
In my proftpd.conf I've added; DefaultRoot ~ !ftp_special This works fine in that all users except members of ftp-special are unable to navigate outside of their home folder.