hi, I have a question about proftpd. I have installed it and it seems to be working fine. Now I have accounts with their home directory (i.e. /home/UserAccountExample). I also have accounts on the machine without a autogenerated home directory (I manually edited the /etc/passwd file). I want to have users that I specify which directory they can access using ftp. (i.e. user - jon has access to /www/html/jon directory). however this is not working. Only users with their autogenerated home directories can get in using ftp client,the others are booted out. I have setup my linux server a certain way and need the proftpd server to work the way I have specified. Now when I login from the shell using a account without its own system generated home directory I get this: No directory /www/html/eyeuniversal! Logging in with home = "/". bash: /www/html/eyeuniversal/.bash_profile: Permission denied I look at the system messages (/var/log/messages) and it reads: session opened for user eyeuniversal eyeuniversal chroot ("~/"): No such file or directory -error: unable to set default root directory session closed for user eyeuniversal Another thing is that all my users belong to webAuthor group that have 765 permission on /www and all the way down the tree. Any help would greatly be appreciated Thanks Dhruv
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