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1# Please read the oftpd(8) man page for a more detailed explaination of these
2# variables.
3#
4# FTPUSER (user-name in the man page):
5# Set this variable to the user to run the ftp daemon as
6FTPUSER=ftp
7
8# FTPROOT (root-directory in the man page):
9# The server uses chroot(2) to change the root directory of the server to this
10# directory. When a user connects, this is the directory that they  will start
11# in, and is the top of their directory tree.
12#
13FTPROOT=/home/ftp
14
15# FTPPORT (TCP port)
16# 21 is the standard ftp port, but you can change it here to something else
17FTPPORT=21
18
19## Uncoment this line to activate oftpd service
20# Note: in order for passive connections to work, you must specify an IP address
21# here with the -i flag.  You can make it listen to all IPv4 addresses:
22#  -i 0.0.0.0
23# or make it listen to all IPv6 addresses:
24#  -i ::1
25# By default, oftpd listens to all IPv4/IPv6 addresses, but passive mode fails.
26#OFTPD_OPTS="-p ${FTPPORT} ${FTPUSER} ${FTPROOT}"
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