How to install Pure-FTPd on CentOS 7?


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Installing Pure-FTPd on CentOS 7

Pure-FTPd is a free, secure and easy-to-use FTP server software. It is licensed under the GPL (GNU General Public License) and runs on many different platforms including Linux, Unix, and Windows. Pure-FTPd focuses on providing simplicity and security for both the server administrators and the FTP users.

To install Pure-FTPd on CentOS 7, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open a terminal on your CentOS 7 server.
  2. Update your system by running the command: yum update
  3. Install Pure-FTPd by running the command: yum install pure-ftpd
  4. Start the Pure-FTPd service by running the command: systemctl start pure-ftpd
  5. Enable the Pure-FTPd service to start on boot by running the command: systemctl enable pure-ftpd
  6. Verify that Pure-FTPd is running by running the command: systemctl status pure-ftpd

Now you have successfully installed Pure-FTPd on your CentOS 7 server. You can configure it to meet your specific requirements, such as setting up user accounts, enabling SSL/TLS encryption, and restricting access permissions.

If you encounter any issues during the installation process or need further assistance, please refer to the official documentation of Pure-FTPd or seek help from the CentOS community.

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