> Anonymous ftp does a chroot(2) to ~ftp to limit the possible damage to
> your file system. Obviously sym-links can not bypass this... however
> there are two easy solutions:
> 1. Put the stuff in anon-ftp area and use symlinks everytwhere else.
> 2. NFS mount the stuff read-only from localhost somewhere within the
> anon-ftp area.
> Looking at your situation I suggest option 2 (besides if you do it
> properly it is more secure as a bonus). For a server get the user
> space nfsd and mountd from sunsite (system/Networking/... I
> think). You already have the port mapper, etc.
know exactly what I'm supposed to do to get a directory called /ftp/music
that is -> to /dosc/music
I want EVERYONE (anonymous users) to be able to access it, not just the
people who have accounts on my system.
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