Configuring Vsftpd in Ubuntu

Krannywidlinux

Actually the idea of this post comes from My friend kulbir saini .But his post much implied configuring on fedora.so 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 paranoid.so we have to tweak with it…u can use my vsftpd.conf available here…Don’t forget…

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