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On Tue, 09 Sep 2003 19:19:29 -0500, Bilal Osman wrote: > All of system are connected through a HUB, and I can ping the server on the > client side and vise versa, I need to know what services I need to have > running You need to have some kind of nfs server (nfsd) running on your server and then mount the nfs directories from your clients. , what configuration files I need to be working with both the server Have a look at /etc/exports. This file sets which directories and under what privileges that you can share. > ...

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    On Tue, 09 Sep 2003 19:19:29 -0500, Bilal Osman wrote:
    > All of system are connected through a HUB, and I can ping the server on the
    > client side and vise versa, I need to know what services I need to have
    > running
    You need to have some kind of nfs server (nfsd) running on your server and
    then mount the nfs directories from your clients.
    , what configuration files I need to be working with both the server
    Have a look at /etc/exports. This file sets which directories and under
    what privileges that you can share.
    > and the client side
    The file your looking for here is /etc/fstab. This file contains all the
    directories mounted when running the command mount -a.
    , I tried to search the Net for HOWTO doents, but I
    > have been successful on getting any doents that shows me some what of a
    > step by step instruction on how to go about this.
    Getting nfs up and running isn't that linux flavor specific. You should be
    able to use any guide for any linux flavor (red hat, debian, mandrake,
    etc).
    Try taking a look at
    this:[url]http://ldp.us.themoes.org/HOWTO/NFS-HOWTO/index.html[/url]

    /Lars
    Lars Lykke Guest

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    Default setting up a [NFS] server

    Hello Every Body,

    Here is what I'm trying to do, I'm trying to build a Network of 4 computers,
    1 server [NFS] and 3 clients, like I said before I pretty new to Linux, I
    managed to install Linux [redhat 8] on all the Systems, now I trying to
    network these system together. The Problem is that I not sure where to
    start, I know in windows for example you create a domain and create accounts
    under the down for user that are trying to authenticate to this server. now
    the ultimate goal is once I'm done is to authenticate to the server so I can
    use shared files on the server.

    All of system are connected through a HUB, and I can ping the server on the
    client side and vise versa, I need to know what services I need to have
    running, what configuration files I need to be working with both the server
    and the client side, I tried to search the Net for HOWTO doents, but I
    have been successful on getting any doents that shows me some what of a
    step by step instruction on how to go about this.

    any help on where to start is greatly appreciated :)
    Thanks






    Bilal Osman Guest

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