I want to allow anonymous ftp access to an OS X Tiger machine. However I only want to allow read access and to my "public" folder. For those worried about security, the machine is behind a firewall and it's only machines on the local network that will be accessing my drive. A more detailed explanation of why (for those that want to suggest alternative methods): All of the images for the company web-site are prepared and stored on this machine. Daily a script on the (Linux) web-server checks for expired and new images and automatically copies them (currently from a Windows 98 machine - but I'm trying to get away from that because the Mac has superceded it) using Samba. I thought about using the built-in Windows File Sharing but there are warnings when you switch this on. I've also thought about using scp but to do it within a script would require an account on the web-server and the exchange of keys and then the extra step of moving the images (no biggie, but FTP would be so much easier!)... does OS X allow non-password logins once public keys have been exchanged? Thanks for any suggestions you can give.