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# Config file for /etc/init.d/pure-ftpd
##Comment variables out to disable its features, or change the values in it... ##

## This variable must be uncommented in order for the server to start ##
#IS_CONFIGURED="yes"

## FTP Server,Port (separated by comma) ##
## If you prefer host names over IP addresses, it's your choice:
## SERVER="-S ftp.rtchat.com,21"
## IPv6 addresses are supported.
## !!! WARNING !!!
## Using an invalid IP will result in the server not starting,
## but reporting a correct start!
## SERVER="-S 192.168.0.1,21"
## By default binds to all available IPs.
SERVER="-S 21"

## Number of simultaneous connections in total, and per IP ##
MAX_CONN="-c 30"
MAX_CONN_IP="-C 10"

## Don't allow uploads if the partition is more full then this var ##
DISK_FULL="-k 90%"

## If your FTP server is behind a NAT box, uncomment this ##
#USE_NAT="-N"

## Authentication mechanisms (others are 'pam', ...) ##
## Further infos can be found in the README file.
AUTH="-l unix"

## Change the maximum idle time (in minutes) ##
## If this variable is not defined, it will default to 15 minutes.
#TIMEOUT="-I <timeout>'"

## Facility used for syslog logging ##
## If this variable is not defined, it will default to the 'ftp' facility.
## Logging can be disabled with '-f none'.
#LOG="-f <facility>"

## Charset conversion support *experimental* ##
## Only works if USE "charconv" is enabled (only Pure-FTPd >=1.0.21).
## Set the charset of the filesystem.
# CHARCONV="--fscharset <charset>"

## If you want to process each file uploaded through Pure-FTPd, enter the name
## of the script that should process the files below.
## man pure-uploadscript to learn more about how to write this script.
# UPLOADSCRIPT="/path/to/uploadscript"

## Misc. Others ##
MISC_OTHER="-A -x -j -R -Z"

#
# Use these inside $MISC_OTHER
# More can be found on "http://download.pureftpd.org/pub/pure-ftpd/doc/README"
#
# -A [ chroot() everyone, but root ]
# -e [ Only allow anonymous users ]
# -E [ Only allow authenticated users. Anonymous logins are prohibited. ]
# -i [ Disallow upload for anonymous users, whatever directory perms are ]
# -j [ If the home directory of a user doesn't exist, auto-create it ]
# -M [ Allow anonymous users to create directories. ]
# -R [ Disallow users (even non-anonymous ones) usage of the CHMOD command ]
# -x [ In  normal  operation mode, authenticated users can read/write
#	files beginning with a dot ('.'). Anonymous users can't, for security reasons
#	(like changing banners or a forgotten .rhosts). When '-x' is used, authenticated
#	users can download dot-files, but not overwrite/create  them,  even  if they own
#	them. ]
# -X [ This  flag  is  identical  to  the  previous one (writing
#       dot-files is prohibited), but in addition, users can't even *read* files and
#       directories beginning with a dot (like "cd .ssh"). ]
# -D [ List files beginning with a dot ('.') even when the client doesn't
#      append the '-a' option to the list command. A workaround for badly
#      configured FTP clients. ]
# -G [ Disallow renaming. ]
# -d [ Send various debugging messages to the syslog. ONLY for DEBUG ]
# -F <fortune file> [ Display a fortune cookie on login. Check the README file ]
# -H [ By default, fully-qualified host names are logged. The '-H' flag avoids host names resolution. ]


# Some filesystems don't like accesses being memory mapped. This happens for
# example with ftpwho on JFFS2 filesystems (bug #330563). If you happen to 
# have such a filesystem on /var set TMPFS_MOUNT to "true".
TMPFS_MOUNT="false"

# Special mount options (like nosuid or nodev) for the tmpfs mount can be added 
# here. Several options must be separated by comma: "nodev,nosuid"
#TMPFS_OPTS=""