u-pathname-filter NcFTPd general.cf file configuration
Don't forget to restart NcFTPd after modifying the general.cf file.

The server can be configured to disallow operations involving what it considers to be illegal pathnames.  A pathname is considered illegal if it contains non-printing characters, begins or ends in spaces, or begin with a period.  For anonymous users, this feature is controlled by a-pathname-filter; for non-anonymous users, it is controlled by u-pathname-filter.

Non-anonymous users often need to upload dot-files to their home directory (.cshrc, .profile, .signature, etc.), so you should avoid turning on u-pathname-filter.


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