Fedora Servers :: Set A Server Fedora 11 Using Vsftpd + Database Berkley + Ssl 'certificate?
Mar 5, 2011
i've set a server Fedora 11 using Vsftpd + database berkley + ssl 'certificate) he works perfectly. So i wanted to set a new one on Fedora 14, there is the problem..On my fedora 14, i tryed to use the configuration file that i've made on the F11 but withtout success. It seems that when i activate the SSL option on the server it does not want to start anymore... and i have no errors messages. I notice that when i desactivate the SSL "ssl_enable=NO" my server on F14 can start normaly.
I am currently using vsftpd with ssl support.Currently when the certificate expires I have to generate a new certificate and distribute that new certificate among the clients.Ideally I would like automatic renewal of the certificate and that certificate to then be transferred to the client upon connection.
I have set up a 389 DS server and a kdc. However there is not a howto or any document concerning setting up the DS as a Kerberos database back-end. Nor is there a 389 DS forum, so I am asking here and hopefully some of you could possibly help or throw in some light as to this kind of setup.I have read the 389 DS features page and the Redhat documents but there is no reference to this feature.
I have just generated a new ssl key on my ftp server with the following command
I then put my new key onto my file server and attempted to connect to the FTP and it failed (this did work before with the default key).. I use curlFTPfs to mount the FTP directory locally as /ftpbackup, below is the command and the output.
Error connecting to ftp: server certificate not activated yet. As you see it gives an error about the certificate not being activated, I have looked this up and cant find a way to activate it.
Below is the contents of vsftpd.conf on the ftp server
I'm rather new to Fedora server, but I'm attempting to run a music FTP server, where anonymous users can submit songs into one particular folder (so i can personally tag them), while other user accounts have full read-write. Here we go: I 2 directories, /music and /untagged
I want anonymous users to be able to read both directories, but only be able to upload to /untagged, and not be able to delete anything. I want users that I select to have full read-write-create-delete privileges. how would I go about this with vsftpd?
Vsftpd virtual users, when a user connects via of ftp they can view all files in the file system. Have a virtual web server and vsftpd working, each user's username is their domain name. FTP works, but not the way I wish for it to work. I only wish for a user to be able to view the files under their username, not the entire Fedora file system and limit changes to files ONLY under their domain name.
I am running vsftpd-2.2.2-3 on my Fedora 12 box. This box has multiple IPs. What I am looking for is make vsftpd listen on those multiple IPs and when a user FTPs to a certain IP, they get landed to the home directory that has been configured for the IP.
This feature is there in Proftpd and is called virtual hosting. I tried to find for Vsftpd such feature, but couldn't find out exactly how to implement in it. how to implement virtual hosting in Vsftpd?
I've been using VSFTPD for years but i can't seem to get over this particular issue. I'm unable to make VSFTPD 3.0.2 work with a legit STARTSSL TLS cert on Debian 8.1 kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64.
500 OOPS: SSL: cannot load RSA certificate.
Openssl 1.0.1k correctly verifies the .PEM file containing both my domain's cert and the intermediate CA one. I've tried adding the private key to the .PEM file and also using it as a separate .key file. Also tried mixing my cert with the intermediate CA one and the private key... to no avail.
Every file is inside /etc where all the conf files reside (also the user specific conf files). File permissions for the .pem and key files are 600.
I'm successfully using the same certificate for NGINX.
I'd like to configure vsftpd server in a way to allow remote user (local) too see and edit configuration files in their ftp directory starting from dot (like .htaccess, for example). With default configuration + "local_allowed = yes" it does not appear to be possible:user can successfully upload .file but could neither see if it is in directory nor download it.
I've just upgraded my serv from fedora8 to fedora12 and got a problem. The httpd and vsftpd add a junk in the beginning of html files. Png, tar and other files are ok. When I make a request to localhost everything is ok.
Code: #telnet localhost 80 GET /1.html <html> </html> but from any other computer.
Code: ..... But this is not an apache problem. When I dl html files from ftp I got the same problem. Iptables is swithed off.
i'm new to MySQL and i designed a database using MySQL and PHP recently but dont know how to port it to my host company. How do i save the database on my flash drive then transfer to my host on my website's control panel.
I made a "test" server recently, put a samba + apache + vsftp server on it. The first 2 work but the VSFTP server is troubling me. On my lan it works. but on a wan: My ISP blocks port 21 so I changed it to 2200, my friend tried to connect earlier (With "ftp://myip:2200") and he had to type in a name and password, he did that (I made him an account)he got 425 failed to establish connection. Now I Re-installed vsftpd again, did the exact same thing and now it just wouldn't connect. saying the webpage can't be found. Question 1: What should I do to let a user acces from outside of my LAN? I think it's because of passive mode: but I have no idea what ports I should open for passive mode? My ftp port is 2200.
FileZilla tells me. Entering passive mode Command: List And than that it can't find directory's
I just made a Ubuntu Server install in a virtual machine and am having trouble setting up FTP to transfer files. I've installed LAMP and vsftp. The web server works great, but FTP gives a connection refused error locally and remotely from the host machine. 'Connection attempt failed with "ECONNREFUSED - Connection refused by server".' nmap localhost doesn't list FTP as open even though I have vsftpd set to listen. I've tried restarting vsftpd with no luck.
I have used for a long time Filezilla FTP Server on a windows server, for multiple users in my company around the country.Lately the windows box died and I said let's try ubuntu server 9.10. I configured to my best as a Samba file server and from a speed point of view it works even faster than the Winbox.Now getting to FTP setup, I had the following problem when setting vsftpd.How can I enable more directories for the user, each with its own rights. By example, in Filezilla I had two folders for each user: one was a specific folder in which he could also write, and the other was read-only. They were setup with aliases, so that when user login, he sees one continous list of folders.I tried with symlink, but couldn't do it. Also I searched through the man page but also did not find something specific for this task I would appreciate any help you guys could give me in order to solve this issue, using the best practice for vsftpd. Also note that I am open to other FTP servers as well.
I receive the message "SELinux is preventing /usr/sbin/vsftpd "net_raw" access" many times. Found this bug at redhat but really do not understand what i should do about it ((( Kindly let me know how to change this to normal. Shut down Selinux is not the way out.
I have installed vsftpd by "yum -y install vsftpd",disabled anonymous login and set .When I use a linux client's file browser to login using a user account "ftpacc" by ftp://ip_address, its location is "/" instead of /home/ftpacc".When I use a window client to login, its location is "/home/ftpacc"
I'm trying to install an Ubuntu cloud on my home network - I've been following this guide. When I arrived at STEP 6: Install an image from the store PART 3: Click on the Store tab I get the following error message on the page: Error 60: server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none
I'm completely new to Linux/Ubuntu, but I managed to create a FTP server by using apt-get vsftpd or something.I followed a tutorial and modified a file called vsftpd.conf.I tried to disable all kind ofblocking/permissions. From a Windows client, I can connect to it without any login (I enabled anonymous) and I can download from it, but I am unable to modify it or upload files. Unless there is a better way to transfer files between the computers, how can I enable writing on the FTP server?
My server... its CentOS (redhat alike). I need to make the server disable apache server then run mysql command to optimize the databases then re-enable apache server in a specific time daily. Is it possible?
I am trying to run Citrix XenDesktop on F13.I installed the .rpm package from their website and when I access my school's server, firefox acts like everything is ok but then I get a certificate error. A box pops up that says You have not chosen to trust "AddTrust External CA Root", the issuer of the server's security certificate (SSL error 61).' and I am not sure how to handle this.
If any of you have successfully created a video hosting server with Fedora, can you give me any ideas of what software to get and how to configure it and so on? Or, if you have been unsuccessful, can you tell me what doen't work?
I am having issues with using OpenSSL. How do I view the currently used certificate? Also, do you know of a good site that has instructions on how to install a certificate. The previous user installed a GoDaddy cert for an FTP server and I need to update it because it's expiring real soon.
Got F13 installed yesterday, this afternoon I suddenly started getting Secure Connection Failed warnings. I'm not sure whose problem it is because it mentions uses an invalid security certificate.This certificate is only valid for *.opendns.com(Error Code: ssl_error_bad_cert_domain)It continues to say that someone could be impersonating the actual server. I am still receiving mail through google and my google calendars seem to be working. I do use OpenDNS for my DNS instead of my ISPs (Comcast which would very often slow down) and obviously I use IMAP mail with google on Thunderbird. So is it google, or OpenDNS, or Thunderbird that has a problem. Firefox does not seem to have a problem