FTP account priveleges?

FTP account priveleges?

Post by Adam Silverthorn » Wed, 07 Oct 1998 04:00:00

Can someone tell me how I can set priveleges on ftp accounts, how can I
make a virtual root directory, etc... where is the ftp server



1. linuxconf and "User accounts->Priveleges"

In the "User Accounts" section, following the normal attributes for
users, there is a section "Privileges", which presumably permits
authorization of certain users to perform certain tasks, eg., "use
linuxconf".  I've never been able to make these do anything.  

I've also wondered how this is supposed to work, since Linux doesn't
seem to create privileged groups as in AIX, nor are there "ACL"s
which might do it.
Dave Brown  Austin, TX

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