Re: proftpd issue
- From: Max Zimmermann <maxzimmermann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 21:14:15 +0200
Max Zimmermann wrote:Hey,
I installed proftpd and I accidentally selected it to run as a Inetd
service. I figured out that I want it to be a standalone server so i
"apt-get remove --purge" it, removed the corresponding entry in
/etc/inetd.conf file and reinstalled proftpd. Problem is, it defaults
to inetd, and I can't seem the way to get it ask me wheter I want
inetd or stanalone. "dpkg-reconfigure proftpd" is not working as well
just remove the inetd configuration for it and change proftpd.conf
i.e. ServerType standalone
instead of inetd.
Thanks for the quick answer!
I tried removing this line from inetd: "ftp stream tcp
nowait root /usr/sbin/tcpd /usr/sbin/proftpd". And than I set
Server Type to standalone in proftpd.conf. It didn't work :(. When i
tried "/etc/init.d/proftpd start" it complained that the server won't
start neither in standalone way, nor in inetd...
could you specify 'it complained'?
It's enough to comment out the corresponding line from inetd.conf.
Could you provide us your proftpd.conf?
Thanks and Cheers,
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