ProFTPD module mod_readme



This module is contained in the mod_readme.c file for ProFTPD 1.3.x, and is not compiled by default. Installation instructions are discussed here.

The most current version of mod_readme is distributed with the ProFTPD source code.

Directives


DisplayReadme

Syntax: DisplayReadme path|pattern
Default: None
Context: server config, <VirtualHost>, <Global>, <Anonymous>
Module: mod_readme
Compatibility: 1.2.0pre8 and later

The DisplayReadme directive configures the server to notify the client of the last modified date of the specified path or pattern. These notifications happen whenever a client logs in, or whenever the client changes directory.

For example:

  DisplayReadme README
will result in the following being displayed to connecting client, assuming there is a file called "README" in the current directory:
Please read the file README it was last modified on Sun Oct 17 10:36:14 2011 - 0 days ago

As another example, assume there are two files named "README" and "README.first" in the directory into which the client changed. Then using

  DisplayReadme README*
might result in the following being sent to the client:
Please read the file README it was last modified on Tue Jan 25 04:47:48 2011 - 0 days ago Please read the file README.first it was last modified on Tue Jan 25 04:48:04 2011 - 0 days ago


Installation

To install mod_readme, follow the usual steps for using third-party modules in proftpd:
  ./configure --with-modules=mod_readme ...
To build mod_readme as a DSO module:
  ./configure --enable-dso --with-shared=mod_readme
Then follow the usual steps:
  make 
  make install

Alternatively, if your proftpd was compiled with DSO support, you can use the prxs tool to build mod_readme as a shared module:

  prxs -c -i -d mod_readme.c



Author: $Author: castaglia $
Last Updated: $Date: 2013/08/14 21:40:18 $


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