The context I have two servers: a NAS and a client server. They are both small machines (Raspberry, OLinuXino) and are plugged to the same power strip (which has a power button). The client server ...
I have a few computers with debian lenny on them. One of them has a nis server: 220.127.116.11 I can automount my home directory when I log in: >ssh 18.104.22.168 -l myuser >pwd /home/nis/myuser ...
I'm struggling to get automount to work as desired. If I run the following: sudo mount -t nfs server:/path/to/share /path/to/mount_point I get the mount appearing fine. However, if I add the ...
I'm running a small server for our flat share. It's mostly a file server with some additional services. The clients are Linux machines (mostly Ubuntu, but some others Distros too) and some Mac(-Book)s ...
I recently have been trying out Arch Linux. It seems that their autofs has a usability bug, although I confess that I'm new enough to Arch that I may be missing something horribly obvious. I want ...
I have this problem on all machines that I every installed (different configurations, different geographical locations, even different OpenSuSe versions) and it's extremely irritating. When I turn on ...