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chrooted user


If you are using proftpd, there is a simple conf file 
which has similar functionality in that you can set up
rooted users. When they log in they are at '/' but it is 
whereever you choose. There are restrictions on commands 

There is also readable documentation.

> How would i setup my ftp server so that its chrooted
> like an anonymous login but requires a password?  I
> want to set it up so that a person logs in with a
> username and password but the password is not stored
> on the system.  The user is in a chrooted environment.
> abhi
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