|Start the small, built-in password creation. jftpgw will read your input password, output a crypt()ed version of this password and exit.|
|-f, --configfile FILE|
|Read FILE instead of the default configfile (instead of the built-in location)|
|Display a short help text.|
|Tell jftpgw that it is run from inetd. In this case it will not try to become a daemon.|
|Run only a single thread of jftpgw (you wont need this option in the normal use. Its nice for debugging, to trace the program or execute it within a debugger).|
|Use libwrap for access control. This will disable the "normal" access control via the "access allow|deny" directives in the configuration file. Make sure you have libwrap support compiled in (check with --version)|
|-V, -v, --version|
|Display the version number and exit.|
Please note that the 0.13.x version is the first one that has a different configuration than the versions released previously. The new configuration has a completely different (more flexible) configuration system and the internal structure changed a lot.
The latest release is available on the jftpgw homepage.
Primary site: http://www.mcknight.de/jftpgw/
Further information can be found in the jftpgw.conf file. The config file contains a description and some examples for every option.
http://www.mcknight.de/jftpgw/ contains further information on how to configure the program for special purposes and a list of all configuration options.
Joachim Wieland <firstname.lastname@example.org> is the original author and current maintainer of jftpgw.
|jftpgw||JFTPGW (1)||18 November 2001|