I have found a lot howto but all are about fedora :(
I installed tfpd package
Where are the configs now? xinetd doesnt exist to debian
Anyone can point me to the correct direction?
(a debian based howto or something...)
oops - wrong category :(
should be moved to debian :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
Debian uses the older inetd setup. Redhat/Fedora use xinetd.
For inetd you edit the /etc/inetd.conf file instead of having multiple files as in xinetd. In inetd each service is a separate line.
I don't fun tftp on my Debian but an example line from one of my HP-UX boxes (they also use inetd rather than xinetd) would be:
tftp dgram udp wait root /usr/lbin/tftpd tftpd\
The "\" at the end of each line above means "continuation" so that all 3 lines are read as if they are one. The above setup is what we do for are HP-UX Ignite Server setup. You wouldn't want the ignite stuff but hopefully between that and what you've found for Redhat/Fedora you'll be able to dope out what you need.
i replaced tftpd package with tftpd-hpa
but still i cant connect
tftp dgram udp wait nobody /usr/sbin/tcpd /usr/sbin/in.tftpd -l -a 10.32.52.9:69 -c -p -s /tftpboot
the problem is that still i cant connect from anywhere
for the history:
increasing the level of logging:
so is something wrong with user nobody...
Since inetd only starts the daemon when it is called its possible it doesn't show up depending on how you're scanning. Try doing a telnet to the port tftpd uses. This should make it start the daemon. (You can just do a for loop on the system like:
do ps -ef |grep tftpd
This will let you know if it starts the daemon. From your other messages it appears it is trying to however.
Looking for nobody in my /etc/inetd.conf I see:
Looking in /etc/group for 65534 I see:
Your message complains about groups. You can change the entry in inetd.conf to specify user.group - The "nobody.tty" in my debian is specifying group tty which is in /etc/groups:
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