Each time while am installing VSFTPD on ubuntu and enable chroot for the users it will refuse to login to the home directory because of write permission in its parent dir, to fix this I used the command
chmod a-w /path/to/the/ftp/home
but is was most annoying and frustrating problem. I supposed to update the vsftpd package with security fix. the steps are below.
wget http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/v/vsftpd/vsftpd_3.0.2-3_amd64.deb dpkg -i vsftpd_3.0.2-3_amd64.deb echo "allow_writeable_chroot=YES" >> /etc/vsftpd.conf echo "seccomp_sandbox=NO" >> /etc/vsftpd.conf service vsftpd reload
now the FTP service will work calm in my server.
First you need to have a ssh access to network or system you need to open files on GUI ( some of the point you must note it down that give end of this post to worked out it )
ForwardX11 yes in /etc/ssh/ssh_config file. After that if you type, filezilla for an example, the remote application will run in full GUI mode.
$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
Another a simple way to have these setting without editing sshd configuration file
Simple login at ssh with this patameter
$ ssh -X email@example.com (parameter cap sensitive )
Note : You must logon to another machine to terminal with a gui session,
Check both the OS version or same (ie: if you are useing centos 5.3 the destination machine also working with same centos 5.3 )
Have a fun……………..:)