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How to handle SFTP clients after disabling root user
I recently setup my first droplet, I basically configured it following these two tutorials.
1- Server Setup
I have been SSHing from the terminal and everything works fine. Today I tried to use my FTP client (Transmit) and I realized that since I disabled the root user and because I’m using a user who requires the use of ‘sudo’ this wasn’t going to be possible and I was right, I cannot upload files to folder that outside my user folder.
How is this typically handled?
How can I use my FTP program to upload files to my server?
Do I need to enable the root user?
Can someone be so kind and give me some direction?
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