[Dnsmasq-discuss] tftp 'Permission denied' issue...
stevecgelliott at embeddedoverflow.com.au
Mon May 17 01:03:52 BST 2010
Thanks for your input on this issue...
1) Your test confirms that "nobody" cannot access the file from outside the
[Steve at regret tmp]$ sudo -u nobody cp
cp: cannot stat `/home/Steve/Shared/workspace/xxx/xxx/bootrom.pxe.0':
2) I do have Selinux installed but I have turned off enforcing
[Steve at regret tmp]$ cat /selinux/enforce
3) For the moment I lauch dnsmasq with "--user Steve" and achieve my pxe
But I still think I am missing something about the general case -
Can dnsmasq-tftp serve an arbitary file?
How can I setup dnsmasq to serve files owned by different users?
I need to think a little deeper about my directory structure for these
Thanks again for your input
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