Provided by: proftpd-basic_1.3.2-3_i386 bug

NAME

     ftpusers - file which lists users who are not allowed to use ftp

DESCRIPTION

     /etc/ftpusers is used by proftpd(8); the file contains a list of users
     who are not allowed to use the ftp command. For security reasons at least
     users like ‘‘root’’, ‘‘bin’’, ‘‘uucp’’ and ‘‘news’’ should be listed in
     this file.  Blank lines and lines beginning with ‘#’ are ignored.

     Note: a lines with ‘#’ in the middle is not a comment. Don’t put ‘#’
     after a name to comment it; use another line, or things will silently
     fail on you.

EXAMPLES

     /etc/ftpusers might contain the following entries:

     #
     # /etc/ftpusers
     #
     root
     bin
     uucp
     news

FILES

     /etc/ftpusers

SEE ALSO

     ftp(1), proftpd(8)