Hallo Matus,

Op 24 Feb 07 schreef Matus UHLAR - fantomas aan

>> In my files data base I have symbolic links from real names to
>> all uppercase names. Like: Latin9.zip ->
>> /home/ftp/pub/msdos/bbs/LATIN9.ZIP When people try to get the
>> symbolic link, they get the message: file not found [or words
>> to that effect].

MUf> do you use the "DefaultRoot ~" directive for users? If so, you
MUf> need to know that symbolic links are evaluated relative to
MUf> current root directory, and users probably do not have /home/ftp
MUf> in their directories.

Yes, that causes the problem. And I did not know what I needed to
know I tried to use relative symbolic links for a couple of
files and that works.

MUf> Coouldn't you just use relative names in those symlinks? If not,

Those links are set up by another program. I already sent the author
a request to change that or to make it optional.

MUf> use mod_vroot for virtual chroot functionality.

I could not any information about mod_root. Could you please tell me
more about it?

MUf> And btw, isn't is LATIN9.ZIP symlink to Latin9.zip ?

I don't think so, but I might be wrong. I believe that LATIN9.ZIP
is the "physical" file and Latin9.zip the symbolic link to it.

Thank you for your help!



jdh punt beekhuizen bij duinheks punt xs4all punt nl

--- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5/070225
* Origin: The Wizard is using MBSE/Linux (2:280/1018)

Take Surveys. Earn Cash. Influence the Future of IT
Join SourceForge.net's Techsay panel and you'll get the chance to share your
opinions on IT & business topics through brief surveys-and earn cash
ProFTPD Users List
Unsubscribe problems?