> > > I generated a request for '/big/etc/passwd'
> > >
> > > ifcico generated the response "could not open
> > > '/big/home/ftp/pub/fido//big/etc/passwd'"
> > >
> > No wonder. You probably do not have a file
> > /big/home/ftp/pub/fido/big/etc/passwd on the system.
> You're right. I don't. But, I do have the file I asked for, which
> was '/big/etc/passwd'.
Is a feature for security purposes, if you really want everything to be
requestable define in the config file "magic /" (but i NOT recommend this :) )
ifcico freqs are like ftp, you can't go upper than the specified directory,
the root directory in request ("/") is the defined one.
When you ftp /pub/Linux/incoming/ifmail-2.8f.tar.gz it ISN'T
/pub/Linux/incoming/ifmail-2.8f.tar.gz in that machine but somthing like
What you can acces is limited for obvious reasons.
A bientôt, Pablo Saratxaga
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