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Date:      Sun, 10 Sep 1995 23:21:18 -0700
From:      Joe McGuckin <joe@ns.via.net>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   wu-ftpd problem
Message-ID:  <199509110621.XAA10588@ns.via.net>

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I have wu-ftpd set up on a SCO (ugh!) system. I have it configured
to chroot one level above the user's home dirs. Of course, I have
created a bin, etc, and dev directories under the chroot point.

Here's the problem. If I log in as a 'normal' (non chrooted) user,
ftp works perfectly. If I log in as a chrooted user (they're all a
member of a certain group) 'ls' works, but 'dir' doesnt!

I'm stuck with SCO - there are some homegrown apps written in 
COBOL that run on it, otherwise we'd switch to FreeBSD.

2nd Question:

I have a 270MB Syquest removable drive. Works great on my Sun and DOS.
How do I put the necessary partition and label info on a new cartridge
so I can mount it under FreeBSD?

Thanks!

  Joe



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