Advanced TFTP Server and Client

atftp stands for Advanced Trivial File Transfer Protocol. It is called
"advanced", in contrast to others TFTP servers, for two reasons. First,
it is intended to be fully compliant with all related RFCs. This
includes RFC1350, RFC2090, RFC2347, RFC2348, and RFC2349. Second, atftp
is intended for serving boot files to large clusters. It is
multithreaded and will eventually support multicast, allowing faster
boot of hundreds of machines simultaneously.

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Filename Size Changed
atftp-0.7-sorcerers_apprentice.patch 0000003596 3.51 KB about 9 years
atftp-0.7.dif 0000002243 2.19 KB about 14 years
atftp-0.7.tar.bz2 0000164599 161 KB about 14 years
atftp-0.7_bug-213384_OPT_NUMBER.patch 0000001667 1.63 KB almost 14 years
atftp-0.7_compiler_warnings.patch 0000003827 3.74 KB about 14 years
atftp-0.7_sol_ip.patch 0000000698 698 Bytes about 14 years
atftp-0.7_thread_crash.patch 0000001399 1.37 KB about 14 years
atftp-CLK_TCK.diff 0000000269 269 Bytes about 14 years
atftp.changes 0000010503 10.3 KB about 9 years
atftp.spec 0000004068 3.97 KB about 9 years
atftpd-0.7_circumvent_tftp_size_restrictions.patch 0000007603 7.42 KB over 12 years
atftpd-0.7_unprotected_assignments_crash.patch 0000004407 4.3 KB almost 13 years
atftpd.init.d 0000005459 5.33 KB over 10 years
atftpd.logrotate 0000000215 215 Bytes over 10 years
atftpd.sysconfig 0000001190 1.16 KB over 10 years
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