I guess you are running the file from wrong folder. Check if files exist in the working directory.
I can’t find the vsftpd_v1.conf file when i change the user to root.
So from which directory do I have to run the vsftpd file ?
sudo su instead of
sudo su -. That will land you in working directory with root privileges.
If you want to go to working directory from this point, command can be
Also, try to understand the meaning of commands you use .
ls command is listing the directories contents only as crio-cronjobs and snap, the current working directory doesn’t have in it vsftpd_v1.conf.
pwdaka GPS in Linux to locate yourself if you have lost your way through the directories
cdaka Uber in Linux to move yourself to a different location
lsto check what all files does your current directory provide
ls aka Map in Linux to check what all files does your current directory provide @nabhanpv
Good one @imbipulkumar
You are still in wrong directory.
1st go to proper directory and to run from current working directory use " ./ "
take your time do it slowly. Read the above answers carefully. They have mentioned what to use, the path and everything you need is there.
If you are getting confused use absolute path to go to the correct directory.
Type exit and come back from su -. Now run sudo ./vsftp_v1 vsftpd_v1.conf
I hope this helps!
when you were in proper directory you didn’t use ./
then you went to other directory and used ./ … if you use ./vsftpd_v1 from ----ME_QBOX directory its not gonna work
Good Mohak now you seem to be in the a directory where vsftpd file might not exist.Also once you get into right directory using
cd try googling the error and understand more about path environment variable. I hope this points you to the right direction.
From the milestone #1 content
The default IP address that vsftpd_v1 starts on is
0.0.0.0and default port is