= RELEASE NOTES =
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY FTP SERVER, RELEASE 2.4.2-BETA-12 - January 1X, 1997
wu-ftpd is a replacement ftp server for Un*x systems. Besides
supporting the ftp protocol defined in RFC 959, it adds the following
This release is maintained by Academ Consulting Services as a public service
to the Internet. Please report bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to
include a specific description of how to reproduce the bug, your hardware
and software release levels and the name and version of the compiler you
used to build the server.
- logging of transfers
- logging of commands
- on the fly compression and archiving
- classification of users on type and location
- per class limits
- per directory upload permissions
- restricted guest accounts
- system wide and per directory messages.
- directory alias
- filename filter
- virtual host support (similar to the apache httpd server)
It is strongly recommended that you READ ALL THESE FILES before you start
attempting to to install this software:
- INSTALL covers basic installation
- NOTES covers some specific issues with respect to documentation and
some system specific information.
- VIRTUAL.FTP.SUPPORT outlines how to configure this feature of
For help setting up this server, you can try the following sources:
The following notices apply to this package:
- _Managing Internet Information Services_, An O'Reilly and Associates
book. This book has many excellent chapters on setting up
anonymous ftp sites using standard ftp servers as well as the wu-ftp
- WU-FTPD FAQs
- Koos van den Hout's FAQ at http://www.hvu.nl/~koos/wu-ftpd-faq.html
- Washinton University at St. Louis' Web Page: http://www.wustl.edu/ftp
- The wu-ftpd mailing list. To subscribe, send email with the
message body of "subscribe wu-ftpd" to email@example.com
NOTE: If you are reporting a bug, please be sure to copy your message
to firstname.lastname@example.org so it will get a tracking number.
Copyright (c) 1994 Washington University in Saint Louis.
All rights reserved.
This product includes software developed by Washington University in
Saint Louis and its contributors
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This product includes software developed by the University of California,
Berkeley and its contributors.
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