RE: [Proftpd-user] help with .message file
Clemson, Chris <Chris.Clemson <at> softwareag.co.uk>
2004-07-01 15:13:47 GMT
> I'm a currently running proftpd v1.2.8 on a 486 with an 80
> gig hard drive.
> It runs quite nicely, I only have a few problems that I would
> like to get
> solved. I have already spent countless days trying to find
> the solution to
> my problems which no one else seems to know how to solve.
> That is why I
> have come to the last resource that I can think of, the mailing list.
> Basically, I'm trying to display the available disk space
> each time the
> user changes directory, lists the directory, etc. I have
> posted my problem
> on justlinux.com (a website that I hope most of you already
i've just had a look at your forum post, and i reckon it's because most of
your "global" settings aren't surrounded by a <global> tag, as i use the
feature and it works fine.
mine looks like the following:
# DisplayReadme newfiles.txt
# ExtendedLog /var/log/proftpd/auth.log
# ExtendedLog /var/log/proftpd/access.log ALL default
MaxClientsPerHost 1 "Already logged in once"
# MaxClients 3 "Sorry, the maximum number of allowed
users are already connected
# MD5FS ~/incoming
WrapDenyMsg "User denied by access rules"
WrapTables file:/etc/hosts.allow file:/etc/hosts.deny
#TCPAccessFiles /etc/hosts.allow /etc/hosts.deny
#TransferRate RETR 20:204800000 user dnb
#TransferRate STOR,APPE 40:1024000000 user dnb
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