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Re: Setting up a tftp-server in fedora?



Jonathan Carpenter wrote:
> 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?
> 
In the future, you may want to use chkconfig to do this. In this
case you would run "chkconfig tftp on". This will change the disable
line in the config file, and tell xinetd about the change. When you
edit it by hand, you have to tell xinetd about the change. One way
is to run "service xinetd reload". (You can also run something like
"killall -USR2 xinetd" or "killall -HUP xinetd.)

Mikkel
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