Install vsftpd on Ubuntu 16.04
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Installing vsftpd allows you to upload files to a server, the concept is comparable to that of Google Drive. When you invite specified users to your Google Drive they can create, delete, upload and download files all behind a secure login. Vsftpd is excellent for company’s looking for an alternative to Google Drive or for anyone who wants to create a robust server. This “Very Secure File Transfer Protocol Daemon” is favored for its security and speed, and we’ll be showing you how to install vsftpd on an Ubuntu 16.04 LTS server.
How to Securely Transfer Files via rsync and SSH on Linux
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Category: Technical Support | Tags: Download, File Synchronization, File Transfer, rsync, Security, SSH, Upload
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- These instructions are intended specifically for transferring files between servers via rsync and SSH on Linux.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.
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