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I am running RedHat 4.0 and ProFTP 1.3.0.

I have the following lines in the proftpd.conf file:

DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com/RetailWeb/WSJTopTen wsj
DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com

where "wsj" is defined in /etc/group.

The problem is that when a user who is a member of the wsj group connects,
"ls" does not show any files.

However, if the first line is commented out, then "ls" shows all the files,
including all the subdirectories.

Any ideas what is going on?

I have listed the proftpd.conf file below.
Thanks in advance.

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ServerName "SCORELAB FTP Server"
ServerType standalone
DefaultServer on

Port 21

SyslogFacility FTP
SyslogLevel info
PidFile /var/run/proftpd.pid

Umask 002

MaxInstances 30

User proftpd
Group proftpd

DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com/RetailWeb/WSJTopTen wsj
DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com

AllowOverwrite on

CaseEngine on
CaseIgnore CWD,DELE,MDTM,RETR,RMD,RNFR,SIZE,XCWD,XRMD
CaseLog /var/log/caselog

RewriteEngine on
RewriteMap downcase-user int:tolower
RewriteCondition %m ^USER$
RewriteRule ^(.*) ${downcase-user:$1}

UseReverseDNS off
IdentLookups off

DirFakeUser on owner
DirFakeGroup on group

TimesGMT off


DenyAll




HideFiles .* group !score-rw


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I am running RedHat 4.0 and ProFTP 1.3.0.



I have the following lines in the proftpd.conf file:



DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com/RetailWeb/WSJTopTen wsj

DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com



where "wsj" is defined in /etc/group.



The problem is that when a user who is a member of the wsj group  connects, "ls" does not show any files.

However, if the first line is commented out, then "ls" shows all the files, including all the subdirectories.




Any ideas what is going on?



I have listed the proftpd.conf file below.

Thanks in advance.



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ServerName "SCORELAB FTP Server"

ServerType standalone

DefaultServer on



Port 21



SyslogFacility FTP

SyslogLevel info

PidFile /var/run/proftpd.pid



Umask 002



MaxInstances 30



User proftpd

Group proftpd



DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com/RetailWeb/WSJTopTen wsj

DefaultRoot /ftp/ftp.scorelab.com



AllowOverwrite on



CaseEngine on

CaseIgnore CWD,DELE,MDTM,RETR,RMD,RNFR,SIZE,XCWD,XRMD

CaseLog /var/log/caselog



RewriteEngine on

RewriteMap downcase-user int:tolower

RewriteCondition %m ^USER$

RewriteRule ^(.*) ${downcase-user:$1}



UseReverseDNS off

IdentLookups off



DirFakeUser on owner

DirFakeGroup on group



TimesGMT off



<Limit SITE_CHMOD>

DenyAll

</Limit>





<Directory />

HideFiles .* group !score-rw

</Directory>

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