So, here is the story: I got a linux box and proftpd. If you know proftpd, and you know me, you know that at this point I am angry. I have a very simple task:
* Setup an FTP server with n users * Each user should see only a specific directory * Some master user sees everything
Not too complicated, uh? Well, not so fast, Mr. It turns out that proftpd has a huge, complex XML configuration where you can specify each and every individual piece of code ... but user management turns out to be by default linked to linux users, which is something I most definitely don't want. I also don't want to turn on LDAP or some other weired authorization scheme; I don't want to take a three weeks course. God damnit, setting up FTP shouldn't be that complex.
* It just works. For me, at least ;) * Can use sqlite (default: requires no database setup), postgresql and mysql. * FTP users are unrelated to system (Linux) users. * Written in Python, works on Windows as well as on Linux.
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