What I'm trying to do is set up an FTP site that allows only registered
users (no anonymous FTP) to get in to upload and download files, but make
them see their home directory as root.
wu-ftp does this for anonymous login with chroot - it makes /home/ftp
appear to be the top of the tree. I want to do this with a user called
artdept so their home directory (/home/artdept) does the same thing.
I have tried adding:
chroot /home/artdept /bin/bash
to /etc/shells and then editing my passwd file to:
artdept:3Vugb3EdBNG:505:201: chroot /home/artdept /bin/bash
to try to do this, but it isn't working. There has got to be a way to do
this, and it is probably simple...Any takers?
Many thanks to anyone who has an answer to this one.
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