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Thank for the reply. The ftp server is out side the firewall. In the morning
we fire up mac with two nics, start netatalk on unix side and transfer the
files across to the internal server. I am using Proftpd now. I do have cron
script that clears the files in some directories(some pepole down load files
by thursday for sure) or some one will manually deletes them. I got tired of
walking people through the how to ftp with W95/98. Lots of them uses explorer
and with dos ftp client directory names get crunched and list goes on. What I
am trying to do is:
yes, everyone anonymous right now.
1. user cannot delete or rename file.
2. user cannot make or delete directory.
3. user cannot chmod the files.
4. Take off dns entry. use IP number to access the ftp server.
5. Can you make only uploads anonymous??
6. Move the files around with cron. I have to find a way to block file in
progress. I guess who and if not anonymous,
move files or wait.
> There's a lot of information that's not here that would go far
> towards helping craft a solution to the problem.
> You can handle a lot of this with basic permissions. I've done
> a lot of this with WUSTL ftpd which has all the bells and
> whistles (and buffer issues :). It sounds like you are using
> anonymous FTP? It everyone anonymous? Or just the uploaders?
> You don't say where this is, but if it's on a LAN you MIGHT want
> to consider pushing out the upload directory or a mirror of it
> via a network service.
> I worked in a place where I got to dicate Unix and since it was
> full of artists types, Macs. We just served AppleTalk from
> Unix. The user's credentials let them handle the directory and
> files. Uploads to certain projects were forced to that
> project's owner.
> Also be aware that if you let folks upload AND download the same
> files anonymously, you'll be housing "warez" in no time (ftp
> version of SPAM relaying). Good habit is if they can FTP PUT
> then they can't GET the same file without something happening in
> the back.
> Other options include using Apache and an UPLOAD CGI. Again, I
> don't know if the env is the dirty nasty internet, or an place
> where everyone is on a LAN and has responsiblity to an
> Quoting awc (email@example.com):
> > Hello,
> > I am working for graphics art company and they have a ftp site that get
> > a around 50-200MB of files uploaded every day.
> > I read the FAQ and manual pages to set up ftpd.
> > 1. I guess I have to set pub directory permission to 777 to be able to
> > upload files.
> > I do want any one to delete, rename or run mkdir commands. Basically
> > login, set the mode, upload, cd and download the files will do it for
> > me. I start to read ftpd.c file this morning. my question is:
> > 1. Has any one got strip down ftpd.c ?
> > 2. It look like right place for me to disable commands. Any thoughts??
- Re: ftpd
- From: Tamas TEVESZ <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: awc <email@example.com>
- Re: ftpd
- From: chuck <chuck@Yerkes.com>