Configuring Vsftpd in Ubuntu


Actually the idea of this post comes from My friend kulbir saini .But his post much implied configuring on thought of to make lyf easier 4 Ubuntu users…To start off with Vsftpd stands for very Secure FTP Daemon.Before configuring vsftpd itself, you must decide whether to run it as a standalone dæmon or by way of a super-server, inetd or xinetd. In previous versions of vsftpd, its developer recommended using it with xinetd due to xinetd’s logging and access-control features. However, vsftpd versions 1.2 and later have native support for most of those features. For this reason, I recommend u to run it as a standalone daemon.Now to install vsftpd just type:

and ur done  with….

Now its time to configure ur vsftpd.conf file present in etc directory.actually default configuration is a little bit we have to tweak with it…u can use my vsftpd.conf available here…Don’t forget…

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