Michael Fox wrote: > > > > I need to add an ftpd to my Debian laptop and wwondered what > > > > ppl have used and can recommend and what not maybe to use. > > > apt-get install proftpd > > > > You didn't really read the email, did you? > > Yes, somewhat. But probably not entirely. However... since when wasn't > proftpd easy. All you do is install it, make some changes and leave it. > > >But also I wont be using virtual hosts or anything fancy > > (hence dont need > > proftp). So simpliclity is a plus > > Just because proftpd can do this fancy stuff, doesn't mean its not easy. I > don't use those functions and never have. However I use it, because out of > the box its ready to roll, and not to mention very secure. End case!
Thanks Michael for the proftpd suggestion. The description of it from apt-cache show seemed like it was very powerful and provided features I wont be using so I assumed the config files might be more complex too which may not be the case. So its in the basket to consider now. Mike -- Mike Lake Uni of Technol., Sydney UTS CRICOS Provider Code: 00099F DISCLAIMER ======================================================================== This email message and any accompanying attachments may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient, do not read, use, disseminate, distribute or copy this message or attachments. If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete this message. Any views expressed in this message are those of the individual sender, except where the sender expressly, and with authority, states them to be the views the University of Technology Sydney. Before opening any attachments, please check them for viruses and defects. ======================================================================== -- SLUG - Sydney Linux User's Group - http://slug.org.au/ More Info: http://lists.slug.org.au/listinfo/slug