On 23 Sep 2004 at 11:22, Beth Curotto wrote: > System = CentOS / Apache 2.0 / HTML files location = /var/www/html > > Nat'd IP - ports 80, 20, 21 already opened & routed to internal ip. Port 20 outgoing, you mean? Shouldn't need to be any connections *to* port 20 on the FTP server. > I desperately need the quick & dirty solution. > > I need a setup where one user can ftp from another desktop (windows) to > upload new website files. I currently have CuteFTP, but will use anything > needed at this point. First of all, make sure the vsftpd package is installed and running. (rpm -q vsftpd) If it's not, it'll be on your install media or can easily be acquired with "yum -y install vsftpd" Then do "service vsftpd start" to start the FTP server. Are you just trying to prove the concept today, or do you need your user to be able to upload files to the document root right now? If the former, simply create a new user account and set a password for it. The vsftpd server will immediately allow logins to the users' home directory with their username/password. Any files placed in public_html/ in a home directory should be automatically mapped by apache to httpd://[server.dom.ain]/~[userid]/. If you need to upload files directly to the document root, things get a little more complicated, and there's more than one approach depending on how security-conscious you need to be. ---- Nels Lindquist <*> Information Systems Manager Morningstar Air Express Inc.