I build a (working) ftp server with devil-linux and vsftpd
with virtual users and use of hard disk space.
Since I like to have all information
in one place (I have maintain that server or might recreate something simil=
I wrote a small HOWTO:
vsftpd on devil linux
Critical remarks, errror reports, pointing out bad ideas and such
would be highly welcome.
From: Bruce Smith <bws@ar...> - 2006-05-04 13:02:59
> I build a (working) ftp server with devil-linux and vsftpd
> with virtual users and use of hard disk space.
> Since I like to have all information
> in one place (I have maintain that server or might recreate something similar)
> I wrote a small HOWTO:
> vsftpd on devil linux
> Critical remarks, errror reports, pointing out bad ideas and such
> would be highly welcome.
I gave your howto a quick read. Very nice web page! A few comments:
I think it would be good to add something at the beginning about exactly
what you're trying to accomplish with vsftpd and how you have it setup.
That way I could tell easily if it's similar to how the reader is trying
to setup vsftpd. i.e. Is it setup as an anonymous public FTP server?
User login (chroot to their home dir)? Is it exposed to the internet?
How many users you have, and why you're using a berkley db instead
You're also doing some things that are non-standard for Devil-Linux.
You're putting your partitions in /etc/fstab instead of using LVM like
the DL docs suggest. And why are you running "insserv" instead of
activating the service in "setup"?
You also spelled "proper" wrong (propper) under Basic Configuration. :-)
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