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I'm very new to Linux but have been muddling my way through quite happily until recently.
I'm trying to write a program in C++ which starts a new process using the execl command. I am trying to run the tftp process as follows:
char ip_addr = "...";
if (execl("usr/bin/tftp", "tftp",... (2 Replies)
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I have setup nimol on a Fedora 9 machine. Nimol is installed and correctly configured and I have a client rs6000 (43p) declared in the dhcpd.conf file. all is running correctly and tftp is installed. I am monitoring /var/log/messages when I start the 43p and see the dhcp request come in and a reply... (0 Replies)
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I'm trying to run the tftp client on tsch shell and I get command not found, but on bash tftp ran fine, can anyone help me on how to run it on tsch?
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I am trying to do a network install of Solaris 10 08_07 onto a Sunfire T2000. I have configured all my network-boot-arguments on the client server (named sundb1). I have installed my image of Solaris on my install server (sun1).
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I have a V240 Solaris 10 (06.06) with a Solaris image of 08.07 (newest release). On the jumpstart server I have also installed JET for testing.
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Is it possible to copy files between two computers with TFTP.And how? (1 Reply)
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I am attempting to get tftp working but I'm having a problem. On the server, xinetd has libwrap options compiled in. I have a deny all policy in my hosts.deny file and the following entries in my hosts.allow file:
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I have been hearing that this protocol offers faster throughput rate than FTP, is it true? If so, are there any compromise in reliability on data being sent? How do I set up a TFTP transfer instead of a FTP to download?
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ok, I configured inetd.conf so that the tftp string
is not commented out, but I cannot get the process to start.
I'm running Solaris 5.8 and need some help.
Cabletron said that it's process is 3485, i tried to kill it, it's the wrong process. I started inetd again and still can't kill it.
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iptables action in tc(8) Linux iptables action in tc(8)
xt - tc iptables action
tc ... action xt -j TARGET [ TARGET_OPTS ]
The xt action allows to call arbitrary iptables targets for packets matching the filter this action is attached to.
-j TARGET [ TARGET_OPTS ]
Perform a jump to the given iptables target, optionally passing any target specific options in TARGET_OPTS.
The following will attach a u32 filter to the ingress qdisc matching ICMP replies and using the xt action to make the kernel yell 'PONG'
tc qdisc add dev eth0 ingress
tc filter add dev eth0 parent ffff: proto ip u32
match ip protocol 1 0xff
match ip icmp_type 0 0xff
action xt -j LOG --log-prefix PONG
tc(8), tc-u32(8), iptables-extensions(8)
iproute2 3 Mar 2016 iptables action in tc(8)