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curl 9 Server denied you to change to the given directory


This article will guide you on steps to fix curl 9 Server denied you to change to the given directory. This #curl #error occurs when we are denied access to the resource given in the URL.

Curl is a #command line tool and library which implements protocols like #HTTP, #HTTPS, FTP and so on. Curl also supports HTTPS protocol which is secure version of the HTTP.

curl is a widely used because of its ability to be flexible and complete complex tasks. For example, you can use curl for things like user authentication, HTTP post, #SSL connections, proxy support, FTP uploads, and more! You can also do simple things with curl, such as #download web pages and web images.

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Pure-ftpd 530 login authentication failed error on Directadmin


This article will guide you how to resolve Pure-ftpd 530 login #authentication failed #error on #DirectAdmin which occurs as a result of incorrect ownership of pureftp.passwd file or password #database corruption.

While trying to connect to your FTP server hosted by #IIS, you may run into “530 User cannot log in, home directory inaccessible” error. This error occurs whether you are using anonymous access or basic authentication. A sample connection log from an FTP #client: 530 User cannot log in, home directory inaccessible.

To Install Pure-FTPd on Ubuntu 20.04 :

1. Create Atlantic.Net Cloud Server. First, log in to your Atlantic.Net Cloud Server. 

2. #Install Pure FTPd. 

3. Create #FTP User. 

4. Create a Self-signed SSL/TLS certificate. 

5. Configure Pure FTPd to use SSL/TLS. 

6. Connect FTP Server from Client.

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How to install and set up ProFTPD on Ubuntu


The whole process of Installing ProFTPD on Ubuntu and setting up its environment.

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