adam beecher wrote:
>> According to the docs for wu-ftp, I can have someone automatically chdir'd when
> they login, using a home directory of something like:
>> Which works fine, however the Apache UserDir won't work then, i.e. they won't be
> able to access their www stuff via http:dom.tld/~blah, because Apache will look
> for /home/users/blah/./dir/, which obviously doesn't exist. Any way around this?
Yes : you do not have to have something after the ./
So, the entry can be :
and 'blah' will now log directly into his chrooted homedir.
Also, if you're going to specify a /dir/ extension for chroot, it should most
definitely exist, because logins will try and chdir to it immediately after
setting the chroot.
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