Installing ProFTPD Server on RHEL/CentOS 7

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Matei Cezar

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6 Responses

  1. Mario says:

    Hi,
    after rebooting I have:

    proftpd.service never wrote its PID file. Failing.

    It seems that the dir /var/run/proftpd is destroyed at rebooting!

    Ho can I solve this?

  2. Rishi Raj says:

    Hi Matei,

    Thanks for such a short and easy tutorial on installation of ProFTPd. I like it and try it out on my CentOS7 for sure.

    However, I suggest two minor editing points in the tutorial writeup:
    1. In Point 3, I think there is a misplaced space character between ‘-‘ and ‘s’ in a command-
    # hostname – s ## For short name
    Please remove this space character, if it is not intended.
    2. In Point 6, the parameter in the last command has different names as in code block and screenshot.
    Please make the command consistent across the two illustrations.

    Again thanks for keeping Linux community encouraged and engaged.

  3. Matei Cezar says:

    @satish: It’s not sftp that I will use for secure transactions, its Proftpd with TLS (ftpes) for secure transactions.

  4. satish says:

    Hi Team,

    Let us now how you execute, both ftp and sftp on same server i.e same proftpd.cof?

    Regards

  5. CertDepot says:

    Hi,

    I would like to make two remarks:
    – with RHEL 7/CentOS 7, there is a new command called “hostnamectl” to rename a host: hostnamectl set-hostname myhostname
    – use “firewall-cmd –reload” instead of “systemctl restart firewalld”, you will avoid stopping all your current connections which is one of the advantages of the new firewalld component.

    Regards.

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