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I need to upload some files from my WinXP to the Centos. On centos, the TFTP service has started. How to upload the files on my WinXP. Can I use putty to upload ?

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make sure that tftp is configured:

http://www.question-defense.com/2008/11/13/linux-setup-tftp-server-on-centos

you may use tftp client for windows:

http://www.tftp-server.com/tftp-client.html

if you have windows vista then look at

http://www.simplehelp.net/2008/09/10/how-to-install-a-tftp-client-in-windows-vista/

putty is for secure access
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