On Tue, Apr 24, 2001 at 12:13:02PM +0100, wdy at broadcom.ie wrote:
> The Alpha then sends the TFTP request for the boot file. I can see the
> filename is correct on the display.
> The Intel machine starts a TFTP process to service the request.
>> The Alpha hangs waiting. Either the TFTP client is listening on the wrong
> port for the answer, or there is some bigger issue between Intel and Alpha.
does the intel box see the right filename? tftpd logs all requests
to syslog. what is it saying there? maybe it's a permissions issue
(tftpd runs with low permissions - /tftproot needs to be accessible to
it as well as the file, etc.)
i don't have it installed so i can't check it's man page.
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