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 FTp settings on Unix
Author: S 
Date:   17-09-02 19:35

i have a ftp server running on BSD unix.I want to change the umask setting for a particular user so that whenever he uploads
files using ftp all files are created using that user.
How can i achieve this

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 Re: FTp settings on Unix
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   17-09-02 23:31

You are much more likely to get help in the <A HREF="/phorum/">Support forum</A>.

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 Re: FTp settings on Unix
Author: S 
Date:   20-09-02 22:13

Thanks Dan

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 Re: FTp settings on Unix
Author: girja nandan 
Date:   07-10-02 12:32

dear sir,
sir i ahve to install the ftpserver .i am having sun solaris
system.i want to make out the setting of the derver for the anonymous user

waiting for ur reply

girja nandan

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 ftpd, another handy tip
Author: Dave Seator 
Date:   02-07-03 22:00

I find it ever helpfull to evoke ftpd with the verbose logging options. To do this, edit inetd to run ftpd with the "-ll" flags [1st 'l' for logging, 2nd 'l' for verbose logging]. This way, you can watch for anonymous user names, new uploads and current downloads by tailing your ftp.log file.

man pages: ftpd, tail, inetd

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