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FTP

Installation Requirements
Prior to installing FTP the IIS 8.0 role must be added to the Windows Server 2012 instance. If you have previously installed the IIS role without FTP support this article will walk you through setting it...
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In order to protect the performance of the Rackspace Cloud Sites shared platform and to serve a large user base, the maximum number of client connections allowed for a single FTP user is ten (10).
You might have run afoul of this...
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My FTP Program does not display my .htaccess or .htpasswd file
In the Unix / Linux file system, hidden files are preceded by a '.' (such as .htaccess, .htpasswd). Fileman and many FTP applications do not display "hidden" files by...
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NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel. You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Control...
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- Getting Started -

 
Linux
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Installing vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Configuring a user in vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - Ubuntu - Installing vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 -...
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If you are using a Windows server and you only need to upload a few small files from your local machine, you can copy them to your clip board and use Local Resources to paste them to your Windows Cloud Server.   If you have more...
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File Transfers and File Sharing

 
Linux
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Installing vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Configuring a user in vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - Ubuntu - Installing vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 -...
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In the last article, CentOS - Installing vsftpd, we walked through setting up a working install of vsftpd. This article will be fairly short, we're going to walk through creating a system user and chrooting (jail - isolation to...
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Now that you have a working server that is secured and backed up, you'll want to upload your web content to the server.   When you think of transferring files, you probably think of the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) because it has...
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The steps in this tutorial are very similar to installing vsftpd on CentOS, with a few differences in syntax for installing the VSFTPd FTP daemon on Ubuntu 8.10.
To install VSFTPd you will use the 'apt-get' package management...
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This tutorial will walk you through installing the command-line FTP client commonly known as 'ftp'. This application is available by default on most distributions with a standard install but because we use a minimal install it...
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If you are using a Windows server and you only need to upload a few small files from your local machine, you can copy them to your clip board and use Local Resources to paste them to your Windows Cloud Server.   If you have more...
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Uncategorized

 
Linux
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Installing vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - CentOS - Configuring a user in vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 - Ubuntu - Installing vsftpd
Rackspace Cloud Essentials 5 -...
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NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel. You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud...
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NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel. You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud...
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Contents

1 Foreward
2 The Who
3 The What
4 Representing Access with Numbers
5 File Creation
6 Cloud Sites Scenarios




Foreward
Directory permissions in a shared environment are exponentially more important than in a...
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The Cloud Sites FTP service does support resumable uploading. This means that if there is a connection failure during an upload, it does not have to be started from the beginning. The ftp client may need to be configured...
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