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Old 10-08-2012, 04:23 AM   #1
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File transfer using Tftp and Telnet from windows PC to RAM

I wanted to transfer a file/ binary file/ image file using TFTP and Telnet from windows PC to RAM. To do this i need to implement TFTP and Telnet server at PC side and TFTP and Telnet client at (linux Application). IS there any application (source code) is available?
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Never heard of RAM but if it is something with linux I am not sure but i use Filezilla for transferring files from windows to linux
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i.MX is a freescale processor. And linux running on side.


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