An error

Error: Permission denied

(Error code 021260)

Possible sources

This error originated from one of the following locations within the iPXE source code:

General advice

  • Try using the latest version of iPXE. Your problem may have already been fixed.
  • Try building iPXE with the debug option DEBUG=tftp
  • You can contact the iPXE developers and other iPXE users.
  • Refresh this page after 24 hours. This page is actively monitored, and further information may be added soon.

Additional notes

(Please edit this page to include any of your own useful hints and tips for fixing this error.)

This error indicates that the TFTP server has returned an “Access Denied” error (TFTP code 2).

Things to try:	 
  * Check that you are attempting to download the correct file.	 
  * Check that you provided a protocol while trying to download it from HTTP.
  * Check the permissions on the file you are trying to download.	 
  * Check the TFTP servers logs	 
  * Check that you can download the file using another TFTP client, such as tftp-hpa on Linux.	 
  * If you are using qemu's embedded TFTP server, try adding an extra leading slash to your filename (to work around a known qemu bug).  For example, if your DHCP server is currently handing out <code>  filename "pxelinux.0";</code>then try changing this to <code>  filename "/pxelinux.0";</code>	 
  * Use tcpdump or wireshark to see exactly which file is requested
err/021260.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/12 13:10 by
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