> I was using the default proftpd.conf that comes with the package and I have
> not change anything 'cause I was testing if it runnings using the default
> settings. I also tried to run it without any options and similar output was
> returned.
>
> Pls. advise if there are other things I need to config.


First, try running it without the -p command.

Second, look up the UID for user 'nobody' in your /etc/passwd file. If
the ID is -1, that could be the cause -- use a different User in your
proftpd.conf file:

http://www.castaglia.org/proftpd/doc....html#Identity

TJ

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