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From: Vincent Danen (vdanenmandrakesoft.com)
Date: Thu Jan 24 2002 - 12:50:49 CST
On Wed Jan 23, 2002 at 11:39:39PM +0000, Lier Duh wrote:
> Ever since I upgraded to proftpd-1.2.5-0.rc1.1.2mdk last night. I can't
> overwrite an existing file although in the proftpd.conf, I have:
> <Directory /*>
> AllowOverwrite on
> Anyone has the same problem?
The proftpd developers changed things I think in an effort to make it
more secure. The drawback is that things need to be re-defined. For
instance, I used to use:
DefaultRoot /home/www/domain/html user
and user could write, read, delete, etc. to their heart's content.
With 1.2.5rc1 this is no longer the case... I had to additionally add
(for each DefaultRoot defined) the following:
In order to allow them to write to the directory (otherwise they were
being chrooted but not giving permissions, even though the user
physically owned and had r/w access to the directory.
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