File proftpd-1.3.4a-ftpasswd.patch of Package proftpd

Index: contrib/ftpasswd
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--- contrib/ftpasswd.orig
+++ contrib/ftpasswd
@@ -33,8 +33,8 @@ use Getopt::Long;
 $Getopt::Long::auto_abbrev = 0;
 
 my $program = basename($0);
-my $default_passwd_file = "./ftpd.passwd";
-my $default_group_file = "./ftpd.group";
+my $default_passwd_file = "/etc/proftpd/auth/passwd";
+my $default_group_file = "/etc/proftpd/auth/group";
 my $shell_file = "/etc/shells";
 my $default_cracklib_dict = "/usr/lib/cracklib_dict";
 my $cracklib_dict;
@@ -928,6 +928,46 @@ usage: $program [--help] [--hash|--group
     --version
                 Displays the version of $program.
 
+Creating Files
+
+The ftpasswd program can create and update files for both AuthUserFile and
+ AuthGroupFile. When it is used for the first time, the program will create
+ the necessary file. If that file already exists, ftpasswd will update it
+ with the new information.
+
+ftpasswd must first know what type of file to create. Use either the
+ --passwd option (for handling AuthUserFiles), or the --group option
+ (for handling AuthGroupFiles); this is required.
+
+When creating an AuthUserFile, the following options are also
+ required: --name, --uid, --home, and --shell.
+ This information is required by proftpd to authenticate a user. The optional
+ parameters for an AuthUserFile include --gid
+ (defaults to the given --uid argument when not provided)
+ and --gecos (not used by proftpd at all). For example:
+
+  ftpasswd --passwd --name=bob --uid=1001 --home=/home/bob --shell=/bin/false
+
+creates an account for user bob.
+
+To create a file with a name or location other than the default
+ (which, for --passwd mode is /etc/proftpd/auth/passwd), use the --file option.
+
+For example, to create the alternate password file in /usr/local/etc/ftpd/passwd:
+
+  ftpasswd --passwd --file=/usr/local/etc/ftpd/passwd --name=bob --uid=1001 \
+	--home=/home/bob --shell=/bin/false
+
+For AuthGroupFiles, use --group:
+
+  ftpasswd --group --name=group-name --gid=group-id --member=user-member1  \
+    --member=user-member2 ... --member=user-memberN
+
+The most common change to these files is made to AuthUserFiles, to change
+ a user's password. The --change-password option was provided just for this scenario:
+
+  ftpasswd --passwd --name=user --change-password
+
 END_OF_USAGE
 
   exit 0;