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Ok, I think I am getting somewhere (YEAH). First of all, I am doing
all of this editing via ssh across a LAN, still pretty proud of myself
on that one :)
First of all, I edited /usr/home/jay/.cshrc
so that my default editor is now ee and so my prompt tells my what
directory I am in. Then I edited /.cshrc
So that when I su'd to root, my defualt editor would stay ee and also
that my command prompt stayed the same. Now that I look at the
'locate cshrc', though, I think I should have edited /root/.cshrc just
for root. By making changes to /.cshrc did I set some global options
for all future users? Just verified that is what I did, su'd to root,
then changed /root/.cshrc so the prompt reads ROOT now, so I know when
I am root or not.
Then I was reading through the http://www.vmunix.com/fbsd-book/ (A
Comprehensive Guide to FreeBSD) and trying to follow along as I was
reading. Opening up the config files and looking at the settings.
Well, when I opened up /etc/inetd.conf I saw that ftp was commented
out. Removed the # and rebooted (have to learn how to start and stop
daemons, still). After reboot, ran a netstat -Aan and saw that port
21 was listening, tried to ftp to my server... AND I COULD!!!!
Bad news is that when i did an ls, it showed me lots of files that I
probably don't want to have access to, or anyone else for that matter,
A few people suggested using chroot, others said use Guest accounts.
Gotta figure out what to do next. The sttructure I am looking for is
something like this.
/ftp (base directory when someone logs into my ftp
With other directories under those main directories... but the /ftp
being the root directory of the tree.