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    How would I change FTP permissions for a user to a specific folder via SSH? I just need to add write access.

  • #2
    For "one specific user"?The ftp server you're using should allow you to configure the user's access [which ftp server software are you using]?

    Otherwise you could likely accomplish it by doing a combination of groupadd, chown, and chmod via shell, presuming the ftp user can already browse to the directory in question.
    DarksidePuffin
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    • #3
      Not sure offhand what we use here for unix servers.

      I am having the client try now, I used
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      chown user:group -R directory

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      • #4
        Actually looks like I fixed my own problem.

        Just so anyone with this problem knows, that command did it.

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        • #5
          As per my knowledge i thnk ths was the command ti change the permissions
          chmod +w file


          Simpson.john54
          Last edited by Pegasus; 09-10-2010, 09:44 AM. Reason: sig removed - you can have one after 30 days membership AND 30 posts

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          • #6
            you have to first enter permission page,then you can change your permission as you want..

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            • #7
              im using this file permission
              chmod 777 filename

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