kae at verens.com
Tue Jul 19 12:43:45 IST 2005
Keith Hyland wrote:
> i want to make some files available locally to guests on the the
> internal net; the server is running proFTPd, which out of the box
> makes /var/ftp the root for anonymous users.
> i made some links ( -s symbolic: the files live on another mounted
> disk) to /mnt/hdc1/blah.. however, while the links are seen by
> anonymous clients, they cant traverse them. permissions on the links
> are 777, files are 755.
> users have /home/username as their root. I would prefer to use
> anonymous access for these files.
> putting the files on the same disk as /var/ftp is not possible.
> any idea how i can do this?
what about NFS or Samba? Both of them are relatively simple to set up.
Also, Apache can be set up to follow symbolic links to areas outside the
main allowed Directory.
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