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Installing tftp server

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I am running RedHat 6.1 and looking into installing a TFTP server on it.  I have tried uncommenting the line in /etc/inetd.conf and it is also in /etc/services file and rebooting my PC.  Am I missing something?

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Is tftpd installed? Check by "rpm -q tftp-server". If it's not installed it is on your 6.1 installation CD.
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Doh!  its not installed, let me install it and get back to you

Thanks for such a quick reply
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Doh!  its not installed, let me install it and get back to you

Thanks for such a quick reply
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thanks problem solved!
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please give point to Jlevie and close the question. just click on that thing that says accept comment as answer :-)
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Thanks for all the help fellas!
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