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by Petr Roupec

Introduction

This guide is describing use of SCO scoadmin program to setup mount /volumes/bmprint remote drive on your OT computer.

  1. Switch user on local console. Please note character "-" on command line - this load right environment for root user From remote computer use telnet connection
    • Switch user on local console.

    • Please note character "-" on command line - this load right environment for root user

    • From remote computer use telnet connection

    • Start scoadmin program

  2. SCO Admin - File Manager Select FileSystems
    • SCO Admin - File Manager

    • Select FileSystems

    • Open Filesystem Manager

    • Use TAB and arrows on your keyboard to move between the fields

  3. Select Mount from menu
    • Select Mount from menu

    • Scroll down and select "Add Mount Configuration"

    • Choose remote

    • Use TAB and arrows on your keyboard to move between the fields

  4. Enter IP address of your printer server
    • Enter IP address of your printer server

    • Enter name of remote directory of your print server

    • Enter name of local directory on computer you are configuring

    • Don't forget Advanced Mount Option - Failure to configure these correctly might stop your server in case of printer server shutdown

  5. This is very important option to be selected !
    • This is very important option to be selected !

    • Select Soft option in the type of mount

    • Use TAB and arrows on your keyboard to move between the fields

    • This option dictate what should happen in case of remote share become unavailable:

    • Hard - Computer will restart

    • Soft - Nothing

    • Spongy - No idea

  6. Select mount menu to see mounted drives. The remote NFS share should indicate IP address and mounting point
    • Select mount menu to see mounted drives.

    • The remote NFS share should indicate IP address and mounting point

    • Exit from Filesystem management program

    • System will ask for relinking kernel and default boot kernel - answer both questions yes.

    • Mounted NFS share can be seen by typing mount command.

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