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These steps solved my problem Reload plist sudo launchctl unload -F /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/tftp.plist sudo launchctl load -F /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/tftp.plist (Re)enable service sudo launchctl disable system/com.apple.tftpd sudo launchctl enable system/com.apple.tftpd Start service (or restart) sudo launchctl start com.apple.tftpd Thank ...


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Your question is why launchd uses UDP port 69. This is basically because you've just told it to do so in the plist file, you've quoted in your question. If you're not used to launchd or similar programs on Unix-systems, it might seem counterintuitive - but this is how things are supposed to work. Basically launchd does not start the tftpd server program at ...


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Check ALF launch daemon is running $ sudo launchctl list | grep alf 275 0 com.apple.alf $ ps -ax | grep socketfilterfw 0 529 0:00.01 /usr/libexec/ApplicationFirewall/socketfilterfw have restarted a few times and reloaded launchdaeamons with launchctl unload and load with: unload firewall for editing $ sudo launchctl unload /System/Library/...


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As Ted Wrigley stated: "The key for specifying day of the week is Weekday, not WeekDay. Launchd may not recognize the capital-D keyword, and might be ignoring it." After correcting the key, launchd is now not triggering everyday.


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But you can't adjust soft limit even if you change max files. You will still hit a brick with 10xxx open data. Write the code and try to open a more. 10.14 doesn't allow you to open more than that.


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I needed a daemon listening on port 25 for local clients, so I still had to do the local LaunchDaemon setup on Catalina. The basic technique in the github scripts still works without having to hack around the protections. Using sudo, copy over the default one to /Library/LaunchDaemons and rename the file and change the Label value inside the file; what you ...


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