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How 2 make these root ftp directories invidible for ftp user?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by belyakov, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. belyakov

    belyakov Guest

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    How 2 make these root ftp directories invisible for ftp user?

    When user loggs in via ftp there are a lot of directories that he can not modify or read... is there any way to hide them from user? Just to make all those root-owned directorie invisible?
     
  2. Outlaw

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    I think, its ok, when he can see what he "owns" ....

    I give my users the info, that they should use "httpdocs" as their standard folder in their ftp clients and then tey see first the html main directory.
     
  3. belyakov

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    But still is there any way to do it. Maybe i should ajust the settings of FTP server?
     
  4. sixmedia

    sixmedia Guest

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    Hiding FTP root directories

    Hi there,

    I'm also interested in being able to hide the directories not owned by the ftp user. If anyone has any ideas how to do this, please let us know!

    Kind regards


    Jim
     
  5. Whistler

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    Hit the search button, it has been explained more than once here how to hide root owned directories in each user account.

    Search for proftpd.conf and GroupOwner ...

    Hint (as I did the search anyways):

    As jshanley (among others) wrote:

     
  6. hi5s

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  7. Whistler

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