How To Create A Subfolder In My Domain And Assign An Ftp User To That Folder
Jun 30, 2009
I need to create a subfolder under my domain name, and assign an ftp user to that folder. I want the user to only have access to that folder, is it possible? can you guys orient me, because I have no idea where to start, my hosting service provider is telling me I can only have one ftp account per domain, maybe I didn't explain correctly to my hosting provider.
I thought I knew enough about my .htaccess stuff to do this, but I can't seem to work it out. What I want to do is if a user visits domain.com/folder, we check to see if the folder exists. If so, show as normal (IE domain.com/support)
If a user visits domain.com/dynamicusername (dynamicusername is not a physical folder), redirect to dynamicusername.domain.com
I need to serve domain subfolder from different Apache 2 server.
1. Squid 3 reverse proxy is pointin to 126.96.36.199 for domain [URL] .... 2. Apache 2 server is on 188.8.131.52 with all files in the root folder so all requests are served from here 3. Now im creating new server at 184.108.40.206 with all files from [URL] ... transferred to the root 4. On Squid 3 server [URL] .... is still pointing to 220.127.116.11 5. But now i need to call [URL] .... from 18.104.22.168 in the root.
What is the example to do this? mod_proxy on Apache 2 server at 22.214.171.124?
Have Plesk 12 in Centos...all working fine...but I have assigned dedicated IP for one domain, have request certificate (as admin) for this domain, purchase certificate in Comodo and installed...this certificate working fine and SSL Checker is good...problem is in domain how have assigned this certificate in menu SSL not appear...
I have only Default Certificate (certificate Plesk self signed) and Not Selected...but name for real certificate CA not appear...in Admin IP Address have all ok...IP for this domain and certificate (name of certificate installed) and website.... With this problem is normal? How configure SSL for email?
* Go to "Web Server Settings" add text to "Additional directives for HTTP" and press button "Ok". * Go to "Document root" folder of your domain and now you have a new folder "/cgi-bin/test" with file "test.cgi":
Code: #!/usr/bin/perl print <<HTML; Content-type: text/html <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
I may have this wrong, but I think it's possible. I have a friend who wants to run a process on one of my servers, now I don't particularly 'care' about this server, it's just used for a couple of unimportant things so I'm okay with him running it, but I don't want the hassle of sorting out things if he decides to delete everything, so I'm hoping it's possible to limit his directory.
For example, I have the folder "people" in the top most directory, inside that I have "arthur", I want to limit the ssh user "arthur" to the folder "arthur", I don't want him to be able to cd ../../ and delete stuff, is this possible?
I used to create a user by using /usr/sbin/sysinstall in freebsd, but how do i limit that user so he can't view important files (like: dhcpd.conf, rc.conf....) or can't do such as command pico, nano, vi ...etc?
All i want is that user can log in to my freebsd box and then he will ssh to other local servers, I just want my freebsd box is a bridge/gate for him to ssh to local servers which behind that freebsd box. Is it possible ?Thanks.
I know that i have to create a group with has only ssh permission but how do i do that?