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Re: proftpd issues - Got it WORKING

On Mon, Aug 11, 2003 at 11:27:33AM -0400, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> Jason, do you think this inability to validate UNC paths stems from
> proftpd prepending a "/" to the path or something?

No, AFAICT, I have already address this problem in the following:

> I mean, Cygwin syscalls should be able to access the UNC path with no
> problems...


> Is this worth investigating?

I guess so, but I don't really have the "itch."

Brian, would you be willing to help?  What do you mean by "validate" in
the following?

> On Mon, 11 Aug 2003 Brian Kelly wrote:
> > After doing an strace, I found that proftpd could not validate a
> > home directory via UNC conventions. In the domain enviroment I'm
> > working on, the domain account I'm using for testing has it's *home*
> > directory on a network shared resource - and mkpasswd -d -u
> > loginname created an entry with the home directory set to
> > //servername/users/loginname.  proftpd could *not* validate this and
> > therefore exited without attempting any further authentication.

What is the exact error message in proftpd's log file when the home
directory is specified in UNC?


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