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Setting Up Pure-FTPd in Ubuntu

vsFTPd, ProFTPD and PureFTPd are great choices for an FTP server that all work well. Each has a GUI applications available to help manage settings. However PureFTPd is lightweight, supports MLST/MLSD, supports virtual folders using symbolic links (symlinks) and supports the SITE UTIME command required to… Continue Reading →

Setting up OpenSSH / SFTP on Ubuntu

OpenSSH includes an SFTP server which is enabled by default. This is a secure approach which use a single port and normal Linux user accounts and passwords for authentication. It also supports date/time stamp synchronization since you are actually copying… Continue Reading →

Installing and Configuring ProFTPD

[Note that the following instructions have not been fully tested.] To install ProFTPd on Ubuntu (or most Debian based) Linux, execute the following commands.  Although highly recommended, only the first command should be used if you don’t have a GUI desktop installed on your… Continue Reading →

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