Currently a brand new account on my RedHat ES box is created with the following folders on show when you log in with FTP:
/www (as a shortcut to public_html)
then the following files:
What I want to do is two fold:
1. remove access to /etc, /mail, /tmp and /www and hide .contactemail and .lastlogin
2. Set the default login folder for all accounts to public_html so that clients go straight there when they login.
However I think it would be fair enough to leave the public_ftp folder accessible by clicking the parent directory link to go up a level if users want it.
Sorry for being dumb, but if someon could help educate me a little on this I would be grateful. Many thanks.