The /etc/ftpaccess file - Administration: "Setup the /etc/ftpaccess file
The ftpaccess file controls who gets into the FTP server and how. There are a couple of associated files (like ftpusers) that you can read man pages on to get more detail, but that documentation is actually quite clear, so I won't reiterate it here.
In ftpaccess, you're creating a plan for who can do what. With non-anonymous chroot access, you want to create a set of guestgroups, each of which corresponds directly to entries in the /etc/group file. You s"
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