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Old 01-29-2013, 11:47 AM
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How can I setup a custom config so that this file is read when this server starts?

What command do I need to run to start/stop VSFTPD?
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I can't believe your question went unanswered for this long.

The ftp service can be Enabled under the USB Application/FTP Share tab.

1. Disable the ftp sharing service.
2. Ensure the jffs is enabled, formatted and mounted
3. Create a /jffs/configs folder
4. Copy /etc/vsftpd.conf to the /jffs/configs folder
5. Edit the /jffs/configs/vsftpd.conf file to reflect the settings changes you want vsftpd to use.
6. Enable the ftp sharing service.

Every time the router or ftp service starts/restarts, the /jffs/configs/vsftpd.conf file will have the final word on what settings are used for vsftpd.

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How can I setup a custom config so that this file is read when this server starts?
You may add some section to existing vsftpd config or replace it by custom one. Details is here.

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What command do I need to run to start/stop VSFTPD?
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service stop_ftpd
service start_ftpd
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