1.tftp. What's that for? Communication between host and Target machine. In short, the computer communicates with the board.
2.NFS.? Full name NET file Dystem simply set up a shared file on a Linux host, and then let some eligible Linux and the shared file or directory have access to it. Take a Windows shared file and think about it.
3.Samba.? What are you doing? The above NFS is the implementation of Linux machine and Linux machine share, this smaba is to implement Windows and Linux machine sharing.
Problems with installation
1. Restart after the use of Netstat-a |grep TFTP did not see the effect of want to see.
2. What's the test?
3.NFS installation not on, next reload try
4.samba set up, but from Windows can only read, can not write, next time to try, find the reason (has been resolved, is the issue of permissions, if you want to a folder to copy things, then all of his parent file permissions must be able to write the line)
Apt-get Install TFTPD (service side)
Apt-get Install TFTP (client)
Apt-get Install xinetd
2, establish the configuration file
Socket_type = Dgram
protocol = UDP
Wait = yes
user = root
Disable = no
Per_source = 11
CPS = 100 2
Flags = IPV4
3, set up a TFTP service file directory
4. New START Service
Installation Complete! Test method: (not tested for the moment). Keep it.)
Put a file in the/tftpboot directory ABC
Then run TFTP 192.168.123.202 into the TFTP command line
Enter the get ABC to see if you can get the file down, if you can, or put the file up
According to country-embedded video
sudo apt-get install Samba
For example vim/etc/samba/smb.conf
Configuring the Samba server
[Root]; This is the name that you see after the Windows IP connection.
Comment = root Guoqianjiaode
browseable = yes
writable = yes
Valid users = SMB
Useradd SMB; Add Account SMB
smbpasswd-a SMB; modify SMB password
View the IP of the Linux machine by looking at the inet in Ifconfig
In Windows "Run". Enter (IP address)
You can see an interface, enter the Linux account password just now