I just realised that TFTP Server doesn’t work on my Mac after upgrading to Snow Leopard. A quick search at show the following conversations at Apple where the developer has stated that he will publish a fix in a short while.
The workaround is to use some CLI scripts to start the TFTP daemon.
This will start the TFTP daemon
sudo launchctl load -F /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/tftp.plist
And this will stop the TFTP daemon when you are finished.
sudo launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/tftp.plist
If you have already attempted to start the TFTP server you will need to stop it first (using the second command above), before starting with the command line.
You should also take this opportunity to send Fabrizio La Rosa a few dollars to encourage him to put out the new code. I know I did. It’s a lot easier using his handy interface than configuring the TFTP server using the config files (although not impossible). 12 bucks is good value for saved time.
TFTPServer for OSX home page
Go over now and says thanks.