Hello,

This is something like the pub key of the ssh, right?
Anyway, although we use mod_tls (which is by default
compiled in our Debian box) we don't use ftps (we use
ftp/port 21), so i guess that this is not our case.
But, even if it was, it should be able to login
because it would have the public key in the home dir.
Right?

This problem is driving me crazy!
I switched to wu-ftpd and we'll see what happens...

Anw, thank u a lot

ilias

--- TJ Saunders wrote:

>
> > Is there any circumstance(s) that proftpd

> (v1.2.10)
> > informs the client that should not send PASS

> command
> > to the server?

>
> One and only one case: where you are using mod_tls,
> and have configured
> the AllowDotLogin TLSOption, and the connecting FTPS
> client presents a
> cert which matches the .tlslogin cert in the user's
> home directory.
>
> TJ
>
>

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