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Centos TFTP boot server without a dhcpd server

Good Day, I want to ask the comunity if it is possible to setup a TFTP boot server without running a local dhcpd server on the local box? The setup currently looks like this? What is currently ...
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How to configure Multiple diskless clients with CentOS6.4?

I need to boot multiple hosts from the same nfs server. to prepare I use: yum -y groupinstall "Base" "Server Platform" --installroot=/var/lib/tftpboot/cos6.4/root/ my tftp configuration is: vi ...
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CentOS 6 tftp server default boot menu

Edit: I figured it out. I just had to set permissions on my files properly which was causing problems (did not see how I missed that). Thanks everybody for the suggesstions. I am trying to install a ...
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RHEL 6 TFTP server on VMware vSphere 5 not accepting files from remote clients

I can put a file successfully from localhost. If I try from another host the client connects and the file is created on the server, but it is empty. The transfer then times out a little later. On the ...
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CentOS tftp server is broken

I'm trying to run tftpd from xinetd on CentOS 6; however, I can only tftp from localhost. I have a file in /opt/tftpboot/fw.test.conf that I can retrieve if I tftp to localhost: [mpenning@localhost ...
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How to make working TFTP server on CentOS 6.2

I'm trying to setup TFTP server on CentOS 6.2. The /etc/xinet.d/tftp configuration file is the following: service tftp { disable = no socket_type = dgram protocol = udp ...
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TFTP uploads failing

I am running TFTPD via xinetd on a Centos 5.4 server. I am able to access files via tftp fine, so I know the service is running ok. However, whenever I try and upload a file I get a 0 Permission ...
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How To Install A TFTP Server On Centos 4.8

I KNOW I'm missing something simple here. I'm trying to install/run a TFTP server on my centos 4.8 server. I've done the following: 1) Authenticated to the shell as root. 2) Installed ...