ProFTPD module that creates "virtual" chroots
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README.md

proftpd-mod_vroot

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Synopsis

The mod_vroot module for ProFTPD creates "virtual" chroots, i.e. chroot-like functionality, from the perspective of the client, without requiring root privileges and without using the chroot(2) system call.

See the mod_vroot.html documentation for more details.