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privatepw - Change WU-FTPD Group Access File Information
privatepw [-c] [-f ftpgroups] [-g group] accessgroup
privatepw [-d] [-f ftpgroups] accessgroup
privatepw [-l] [-f ftpgroups]
If a site supports the SITE GROUP and SITE GPASS commands it is
necessary to be able to add, delete and list enhanced access group
information. The privatepw utility is used to update this information
in the group access (aka, ftpgroups) file. This is meant as an
administrative tool and not to be run by the general user population.
This command requires read/write permission to the appropriate
After user logs in, the SITE GROUP and SITE GPASS commands may be used
to specify an enhanced access group and associated password. If the
group name and password are valid, the user becomes (via setegid()) a
member of the group list in the group access file (specified by the
_PATH_PRIVATE define in pathnames.h).
The format of the group access file is:
where access_group_name is an arbitrary (alphanumeric + punctuation)
string. encrypted_password is the password encrypted via crypt(3),
exactly like in /etc/passwd. real_group_name is the name of a valid
group listed in /etc/group.
-c Create a new ftpgroups file.
-d Delete the specified accessgroup’s information from the
Set the real system group to the group specified. This is valid
only when adding a new accessgroup or changing an existing
Use the specified ftpgroups file for all updates.
-l List the contents of the appropriate ftpgroups file.
-? Display a simple help usage message.
The -V option causes the program to display copyright and version
information, then terminate.