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Old 10th February 2011, 02:33 AM
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vsftpd client/server setup

I have a nuisance... well more of a pain actually. vsftpd setup & running and I can access it from winblows through ftp commands without a hitch. But both internet exploder and firefox won't play nice. Basically ps -C vsftpd -o user,pid,stime,cmd shows each client log in as a local user but later assumes to be nobody/anonymous so everything's horribly slow until the client remembers who to log in as. Other things such as a right-click and save as fails. Any hints or suggestions? I can buy it's a client issue but hopping someone knows of a server side option short of permitting anonymous to work around. So far I've kicked around cmds_allowed=...,..., .., and no_anon_password=NO. Any thoughts? pls & tk ya.
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