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I've installed vsftpd via Homebrew, and I found that the vsftpd.conf file should be modified in order to set write_enable=yes and put file.

I googled and tried to find vsftpd.conf in my MacBook, but I couldn't find where it is.

Generally, in Unix and Linux, vsftpd.conf exists in /etc/vsftpd/ but I cannot locate that directory in my computer.

Could you tell me where vsftpd.conf is in macOS?

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You should have gotten the following output while installing vsftpd:

To use chroot, vsftpd requires root privileges, so you will need to run
  sudo vsftpd.
You should be certain that you trust any software you grant root privileges.

The vsftpd.conf file must be owned by root or vsftpd will refuse to start:
  sudo chown root /usr/local/etc/vsftpd.conf

To have launchd start vsftpd now and restart at startup:
  sudo brew services start vsftpd
Or, if you don't want/need a background service you can just run:
  sudo vsftpd

So your vsftpd.conf file is in /usr/local/etc.

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  • thanks! i didn't read output you wrote .... I found vsftpd.conf in there – Taiga Maki Mar 25 '17 at 4:30

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