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That message is just a suggestion that you add the line /bin/false to
the /etc/shells file. It may not be necessary depending on how your FTP
server is configured, but is generally a good idea ..
On Thu, 2005-09-22 at 13:12, danl@... wrote:
> Great work Jamie. Question I have is getting ftp (specifically ProFTP)
> to work with an account created with virtualmin. I keep getting the
> prompt on creation :
> Shell /bin/false for FTP users is not included in /etc/shells, which
> may prevent FTP access.
> Not sure what this means.
> I'm running Slackware 10.0, ProFTP is installed and Virtualmin
> recognises this.
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