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Old 21st October 2008
disappearedng disappearedng is offline
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Hi everyone,
I am extremely exhausted after a whole day trying to configure vsftpd.

I have installed the following:
mysql server/client 6.0

I have tried to figure out how to deal with virtual users on vsftpd for hours and I couldn't find any leads.

I have googled around and there is no suitable freebsd + virtual user + mysql + pam tutorial availabe.

So I am asking for someone who has done this process for vsftpd on mysql to write up a tutorial on freebsd

Much help will be appreciated.

BTW are there any ftp servers out there that are more user friendly and less troublesome?

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Old 21st October 2008
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Possibly it depends on what your looking to do with your server. I use pureftpd and it was quite easy to set up. I just use it for a small ftp site mainly to transfer files for work related purposes though. It supports virtual users too although I cant compare it to vsftpd because Ive never tried it.
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