ls-date-and-time-format NcFTPd file configuration
Don't forget to restart NcFTPd after modifying the file.

NcFTPd's human-readable directory listings for the LIST command have been output using a UNIX-style /bin/ls format, such as this example (ls-date-and-time-format=default):

If you would prefer a format similar to ISO 8601, you could configure NcFTPd to produce a listing like this instead (ls-date-and-time-format=iso):

If you want the above format, but without seconds in the timestamp, you can use ls-date-and-time-format=iso2.



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