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sshd issue

On 14 Jun 2005 David Backeberg wrote:

> proftpd supports authentication against a sql database (MySQL or 
> PostgreSQL), meaning you can make up accounts that have no bearing in 
> reality, except to proftpd, aka, you only give ftp access, and you don't 
> have to remember to set their shells to nologin.
> This feature, along with the virtualization stuff you've already 
> discovered, are just some of the reasons proftpd is so awesome.

Thanks for the idea.  It is on a virtual server so I don't know if I 
can control proftpd that way, but I'll take a look.


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