Re: [nslu2-linux] vsftpd not installed properly
- In message <es42pd+tp48@...>, rob19815
>I'm having major problems now with vsftpd.You could create a script that runs before the default inetd starts, to
>I've installed the package, edited the /etc/inetd.conf to remove the
>bftpd reference, when I reboot it adds the following line to the
>inetd.conf and does not allow ftp access.
>ftp stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/bftpd
>I edit out the line, and then run /etc/rc.d/rc.xinetd, voila the ftp
>server comes up and it is accessible.
>When I reboot the slug, the line referring to bftpd comes back again!
delete the ftp config line.
Something like (note - that this is untested, you will need to test
this and tweak if necessary :-
sed -i -e '/ftp stream tcp nowait root
Or better still install the better Optware Xinetd package. It disables
the default inetd during installation and is pre-configured to allow