Robert thanks for the input, as far as I know port 21 is not being
used by the NSLU2...is there a linux cmd to check ports in use?
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, Robert Hammond
> In message <d9vk1g+s2lr@e...>, rst77469 <rst@n...>
> >Yes, I followed the Howto on the wiki, but none of the
> >troubleshooting address this problem. I did not update busybox,
> >did not do all the tasks that the busybox howto says to do.
> >Is it recommeded to update busybox?...While I'm not very familar
> >Linux, the busybox update tasks seem doable, but I don't want to
> >with this if it's not really necessary.
> >btw, I installed proftpd and I couldn't get it to work either,
> >couldn't even get my ftp client to regonize their was server
> >installed ...I must be missing something...
> If both ftpd programs fail to work then perhaps port 21 is already
> up on your network somewhere.
> Robert Hammond