I wanted to set the user default directory chroot'ed for ftp-session. So, I created user/group: "user1/group1", and wrote the following lines to the configuration fles:
- /etc/ftpusers: user1:group1 allow chroot - /etc/ftpchroot user1:group1 allow - /etc/ftpd.conf chroot allow /usr/home/user1/FTP_DIR I successfully logged in to the ftp as a "user1", and then used "pwd" and got: /usr/home/user1 So, I logged in as a real user, without "chroot". I would highly appreciate, if someone explained me what was wrong with my configuration. The home directory and below are with "ugo=rwx" access rights. I use FreeBSD 6.1. Many thanks to all! Andriy _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"