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Mark Sargent wrote:
| yes, Andy, I have restarted, even rebooted with no change. With your
| permissions Q, are you referring to the dir tftpboot.? What do you
| by, xinetd process user..? Below is the permissions/ownership details
| for tftpboot,
| -rwxrwxrwx 1 nobody nobody 0 Apr 7 13:21 tftpboot
[root server nzb]# ps -Af | grep xinetd
root 3674 1 0 Mar29 ? 00:00:00 xinetd -stayalive
- -pidfile /var/run/xinetd.pid
xinetd is apparently executing with the privs of the root user, but if I
do a strings on in.tftpd there is a string in there
cannot drop privileges: %m
suggesting that tftpd doesn't run as root. In fact the man page says it
runs as nobody by default I see now.
Anyway it's moot because you show tftpboot wide open for anyone to write
Nothing in /var/log/messages about the failed write? Add -v -v -v to
the options in /etc/xinetd.d/tftp and restart xinetd, then try again...
it should be chattier in the log and maybe you get a clue.
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