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hi !

with ServerIdent off , version number could be suppressed.

: http://www.proftpd.org/docs/directiv...rverIdent.html

cu


2007/12/11, Brian G. Robison :
>
> I have a Quantum/Adaptec Snapserver 4400, whose OS seems to be Red Hat of
> some vintage. It is running ProFTPd 1.2.9, and it is configured by
> default so that when you connect it says:
>
> Connected to 10.11.1.2.
>
> 220 ProFTPD 1.2.9 Server (Snap Appliance FTP Server) [ftp1.foobar.net]
>
> User (10.11.1.2none)):
>
> How do I configure ProFTPd so that it displays a less-revealing and
> different greeting? For that matter, how do I make ProFTPd pay attention
> to the proftpd.conf file? I found /etc/proftpd.conf and edited it, and I
> created a welcome.msg in the same directory, but the settings don't seem
> to change anything when I edit the file. When I restart the Snapserver, the
> changes disappear. Any ideas?
>
> TIA
>
> Brain
>
>
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hi !

with ServerIdent off  , version number could be suppressed.

: http://www.proftpd.org/docs/directiv...rverIdent.html


cu

 

 

2007/12/11, Brian G. Robison <BGR@rbsc.net>:



I have a Quantum/Adaptec Snapserver 4400, whose OS seems to be Red Hat of some vintage.  It is running ProFTPd 1.2.9, and it is configured by default so that when you connect it says:


Connected to 10.11.1.2.


220 ProFTPD 1.2.9 Server (Snap Appliance FTP Server) [ftp1.foobar.net]


User (10.11.1.2none)):


How do I configure ProFTPd so that it displays a less-revealing and different greeting?   For that matter, how do I make ProFTPd pay attention to the proftpd.conf file?  I found /etc/proftpd.conf and edited it, and I created a
welcome.msg in the same directory, but the settings don't seem to change anything when I edit the file.  When I restart the Snapserver, the changes disappear.  Any ideas?


TIA


Brain


 


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