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Re: Setting up a tftp-server in fedora?

On Thu, 2006-03-02 at 09:54, 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?

Look at the 'server_args' in /etc/xinetd.d/tftp.  It should
specify the directory where tftp will run.  Since there is
no authentication, you have to pre-create files there with
world-write permission before tftp will overwrite them.
  touch filename
  chmod 666 filename
should let you tftp a copy in.  Also make sure you aren't
blocking it with firewalling.

You could do this with a command like:

iptables -I input 1 -t udp -j ACCEPT


  Les Mikesell
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