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Thread: Configure FTP server in mandriva

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    Configure FTP server in mandriva

    Hello,
    I am trying to configure my FTP server so that files sent by the FTP client under xp such go in any folder under var / htlm / my folder. Because when testing with my user name and pass session I put my files in my session not very practical for a website, I will have to move every time. So, how to solve this problem. If you know a solution for this then please let me know. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Configure FTP server in mandriva

    Hello,
    It is certainly to configure in / the file (s) configuration for your server. But without knowing what server you use that is more difficult to help. Go see / etc / server_name, you will certainly be a directory with such files in it. Conf. throws a look to see if there is not a line with the default. All the configuration information of the server will be in this file, see what it the server you are using and post back with the same.

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    Re: Configure FTP server in mandriva

    Hello,
    Even I need to configure the FTP server in Mandriva and I am facing some problems. As you suggested I looked into the file and I have a lot of things in the ect /, but I do not see the name of my server ftp. I see files with extension. conf but which I know nothing at all. If you can enlighten me a little if would be great. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Configure FTP server in mandriva

    Hello,
    I opened the ftp server with the settings with the code root in the control center and inside there is a sharing tab I was on it and then I did configure FTP server and then there is everything I can tell you more, also not for the server name I put gzion I can not say more. This is all confusing for me now, I can not understand what is exactly written in the file which are meant for configuration. Any more guidance will be appreciated. Thank you for the help.

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    Re: Configure FTP server in mandriva

    Hello,
    You should have, in the case of proftpd in any case, sample configuration in
    Code:
    / etc / proftpd
    Jus consider the example below
    Code:
    proftpd.conf.distrib proftpd.conf.example
    Alternatively from the control center you've activated the server you can also configure it completely from the center. I hope you have understood the concept behind this and also if you have any more queries regarding this topic then do post back.

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    Re: Configure FTP server in mandriva

    Hello,
    In the etc / proftpd.conf file type is text. To read in order you can do a
    Code:
    cat / etc / proftpd.conf
    or more
    Code:
    / etc / proftpd.conf
    and edit it in a command line
    Code:
    vim / etc / proftpd
    or for editing in a graphics editor (more simper to start)
    Code:
    gedit / etc / proftpd.conf.
    Hope this will help you.

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