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RE: Setting up a tftp-server in fedora?



After you have enabled tftpd I would think it sufficient to send
the xientd a SIGHUP

e.g.

# pkill -1 -P 1 -x xinetd

If you run a RedHat based distro you could alternatively

# service xientd restart


Check your syslog if xinetd has reinitialized

$ grep xientd /var/log/messages | tail

You could also check if xinetd has opened a listening socket for
tftp (according to my services port 69/tcp)

# lsof -i tcp:tftp

or 

$ netstat -tlnp|awk '$4~/:69$/'





-----Original Message-----
From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com
[mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Jonathan
Carpenter
Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2006 4:54 PM
To: Fedora-Redhat-List
Subject: Setting up a tftp-server in fedora?


I am wanting to setup a tftp-server in fedora 4, so that I can
send my configs and firmware from my cisco equitment to it. I
have installed the tftp-server using yum can found the config
file in /etc/xinetd.d/tftp, I change it from disable = yes to
disable = no. but I am not sure how to start things from xinetd.
I chown +x tftp and ran ./tftp and it seemed to have changed the
status in chkconfig to on. But I am still a bit lost. I am making
this to hard?

                     Thanks,

-- 
Jonathan Carpenter


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