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Compiling vsftpd 3.0.0 with TCP Wrappers support under Centos 6.2

Noryungi (70322) writes | about 2 years ago

Red Hat Software 0

If you are a fan of vsftpd as I am, here are some instructions on how to compile vsftpd 3.0.0 under Centos 6.2. The TCP Wrappers function is enabled, for much additional security goodness. I haven't tested this under Red Hat, but I suspect it should be pretty much the same.

The newest version of vsftpd looks very good indeed...

If you are a fan of vsftpd as I am, here are some instructions on how to compile vsftpd 3.0.0 under Centos 6.2. The TCP Wrappers function is enabled, for much additional security goodness. I haven't tested this under Red Hat, but I suspect it should be pretty much the same.

The newest version of vsftpd looks very good indeed...

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