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NAME

       ftpchroot - file which lists users who need to be chrooted

DESCRIPTION

       /etc/ftpchroot  is  used  by ftpd(8); the file contains a list of users
       who need to be chrooted before the ftp service is offered.  Blank lines
       and lines beginning with "#" are ignored.  Remember that the whole line
       will be used for the username, so please don't use  the  "#"  character
       after a name to comment this entry.

EXAMPLES

       /etc/ftpchroot may contain the following entries:

       #
       # /etc/ftpusers
       #
       not_so_anonymous

FILES

       /etc/ftpchroot

SEE ALSO

       ftp(1), ftpd(8)



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