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[ale] TFTP in ubuntu-9.04 -- a well-worn path
- Subject: [ale] TFTP in ubuntu-9.04 -- a well-worn path
- From: johnmills at speakeasy.net (John Mills)
- Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2010 17:32:17 -0400 (EDT)
After a few tries I had 'tftpd' service running under 'xinetd' on my
Ubuntu-9.04 system yesterday. I posted a somewhat puzzling note to ALE
concerning firewall issues I thought I saw.
Still running this morning...
Then I accepted a set up updates without really thinking about it, which
ultimately invoked a reboot which I duly approved.
I can no longer get 'tftp' service from my system, neither locally nor to
outside clients, with or without the firewall running.
I used instructions such as those at:
and similar sites to get going, but there must be some subtleties I missed.
The reason I suspect the update is that I couldn't find any file
'/etc/xinetd.d/tftp' afterward, but I'm pretty sure I had set one up
I ran 'netstat -l' and don't see anything listening on port 69.
How can I get this working?