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Old 09-17-2005, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default Group settings: ftp slots, weekly.

Hello, i'm running:
[2] 200- ioFTPD version: 5-8-5r
[2] 200- ioBanana version: 2 (release 1)
and ioA, the last one

Is there any way to set a special amount of creds or a weekly for each personns you add in a group, i want to add a weekly and 2 ftp logins to a group in fact.

I've tried to find some help to understand how your group files wrok ... but ... noone awake on the chan and i haven't found any post on those files.

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Old 09-18-2005, 04:46 AM   #2
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WarC hasn't only added per user settings for the weekly allotment function of ioA, it also supports groups.
weekly <user/=group> <section>,<MB>
Sets X MB credits for a user to be used. It does not add but sets it to specific value.
Don't forget the = sign before the groupname. And make sure the Weekly event is actually scheduled to run once per week.
If using weekly allotment this needs to be triggered. To do so,
schedule it to be run whenever wanted. If you want dayly allotment run it each day.
If weekly allotment then once a week and so on.
It sets amount of credits when you run it. 

Following example triggers it once a week:
Weekly = 0 0 * 6 EXEC ..\scripts\ioA\ioA.exe WEEKLYSET
Edit: Perhaps http://www.inicom.net/pages/en.ioftp...ation.php?s=10 can help you to understand the user/groupfiles a little better.

PS: You might want to change your actual board username. It's set to your e-mail address at the moment.
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