I previously tried to get this to work, too. After a lot of trial-and-error, I 
gave up because proFTPd always calculated a different string after salting and 
hashing the password with PBKDF2 than what is stored in the database. I'm sure 
that it extracted the correct salt and password, but something about the 
salt&hash algorithm in proFTPd is different from what Galaxy does. I ended up 
reverting to SHA1 for our internal instance which is behind a firewall so pw 
hashing isn't as critical.

Just my 5c, cheers,

Benjamin Schuster-Böckler
Leadership Fellow for Bioinformatics

☎ +44 1865 617481
✉ benjamin.schuster-boeck...@ludwig.ox.ac.uk

Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
University of Oxford
Old Road Campus Research Building
Oxford OX3 7DQ
United Kingdom

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