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Old 09-04-2008, 10:27 AM   #1
pnczeus
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Default 'SITE makecert': Access denied. ERROR

helloo guys!
After along time wihtout using ioFTPD, i decide to give it a try.
Everything wnet fine with installation, but when trying to create a cert SSL, will not go.
No luck..
I receive this error: 'SITE makecert': Access denied.

Any solution?


Greetings.
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Old 09-04-2008, 05:42 PM   #2
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I'm assuming this is the latest v6.8.x release? Congratulations, you found a "bug" introduced in the new permission checking code. Luckily the fix is trivial, just add these lines under [FTP_SITE_Permissions] to the .ini file:

makecert = M
crashnow = M

I probably should remove any permission checks for master accounts, but the new rule was you must have an entry for the command. These are really M only command though. Even if you gave someone access with like 1M or something it wouldn't allow it.
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Old 09-05-2008, 04:53 AM   #3
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I had notice that last night. After playing with it for hours.
What was that simple hehe.
But thanks for your reply.

But one more question this version, will have no problem using iobanana20 script? otherwise will try and checking for any error or conflicts..

once again, thanks for your reply.

Your the man Yil!
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