I'm having trouble with the 'ftpwho' command. It doesn't seem to report
any logged in ftp users, even when there are four or five anonymous
users. It doesn't even report users with a real account name. I have
attached the contents of my /etc/ftpaccess file, can someone tell me
-- contents of /etc/ftpaccess --
class local real,guest,anonymous *.domain 0.0.0.0
class remote real,guest,anonymous *
limit local 8 Any /etc/msgs/msg.toomany
limit remote 8 SaSu|Any1800-0600 /etc/msgs/msg.toomany
limit remote 8 Any /etc/msgs/msg.toomany
readme README* login
readme README* cwd=*
message /welcome.msg login
message .message cwd=*
compress yes local remote
tar yes local remote
# allow use of private file for SITE GROUP and SITE GPASS?
# private yes
# passwd-check <none|trivial|rfc822> [<enforce|warn>]
passwd-check rfc822 warn
log commands real
log transfers anonymous,real inbound,outbound
# all the following default to "yes" for everybody
delete no guest,anonymous # delete permission?
overwrite no guest,anonymous # overwrite permission?
rename no guest,anonymous # rename permission?
chmod no anonymous # chmod permission?
umask no anonymous # umask permission?
# specify the upload directory information
upload /home/ftp * no
upload /home/ftp /incoming yes wxh root 0644 dirs
upload /home/ftp /incoming/* yes wxh root 0644 dirs
# directory aliases... [note, the ":" is not required]
alias inc: /incoming
path-filter anonymous /etc/pathmsg ^[-A-Za-z0-9_\.]*$ ^\. ^-
path-filter guest /etc/pathmsg ^[-A-Za-z0-9_\.]*$ ^\. ^-
# specify which group of users will be treated as "guests".
-- end of /etc/ftpaccess --
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