Interesting...

It now works if I run it as: proftpd -nd6

It does NOT work if I start it normally
(/etc/init.d/proftpd start).

Scott




>------- Original Message -------
>From : TJ Saunders[mailto:tj@castaglia.org]
>Sent : 3/29/2007 2:37:10 PM
>To : proftp-user@lists.sourceforge.net;

scott@renshawauto.com
>Cc :
>Subject : RE: Re: [Proftpd-user] Login issues
>
>
> Let me ask this. I disabled SELinux about two days
> ago. Could that have had any effect?


It's possible, yes. From your logs, it looks like
the checking of the
client-provided password, using the crypt(3) library
function, is failing.
Anything which affects that crypt(3) function is a
likely culprit.

TJ

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