I am trying to follow this process. I have a Toshiba eStudio-165 that also does not support Samba 4. The only two options are FTP or SMB for scanning.
I tried to set up FTP as in the directions here. I got this from above.
The Nethserver is a domain controller with domain domistyle.ad.
Here is what I did:
config setprop vsftpd UserType system
db accounts set email@example.com user FTPAccess enabled FTPChroot enabled
signal-event user-modify firstname.lastname@example.org
I used db accounts show to see if the config was set and it appears to be.
When I tried to log in via a command line ftp client (whatever is in Ubuntu 16.04 or 17.10), I get the following:
kyle@homesrv2:~$ ftp neth
Connected to neth.domistyle.ad.
220 (vsFTPd 3.0.2)
Name (neth:kyle): email@example.com
331 Please specify the password.
530 Login incorrect.
I typed out the password and cut and pasted it so I know that it is correct.
The chroot list is still empty. The user list has "firstname.lastname@example.org" in it. Is that correct behavior?
I also am not sure I can even enter the “@” character on the keyboard on the Toshiba eStudio 165. Is there a way to change the user to be just “ftpuser”?
Any pointers to how I might debug this would be helpful.