Visit Our UNIX and Linux User Community

Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers how to access cd's etc from a non GUI Unix system Post 302075370 by Neo on Friday 2nd of June 2006 07:30:26 AM
Old 06-02-2006
Please have a look at the mount() command.
 

10 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

Need help to access/mount so to access folder/files on a Remote System using Linux OS

Hi I need to access files from a specific folder of a Linux system from an another Linux System Remotely. I know how to, Export a folder on One SCO System & can access the same by using Import via., NFS in the Sco Unix SVR4 System using the scoadmin utility. Also, I know to use mount -t ... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: S.Vishwanath
2 Replies

2. IP Networking

any system call in unix to access ip routing table

hi is there any system call by which ip routing table can be accessed. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: vinodkumar
1 Replies

3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

If a is windows gui ( client), b is a unix gui ( Server for a) and c is a shell scrip

Hello all, 1) I want to have a GUI application that will call Unix shell scripts, 2) that GUI application should be able to reside on windows ( if possible) and then call Unix shell script either directly or through a server residing on unix. That is for example. If a is windows gui (... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: hchivukula
1 Replies

4. Solaris

system won't start to GUI it stuck

Hi. I got this message in our sun station and it stuck Setting default IPv4 interface for multicast: add net 224.0/4: gateway pecsun22 but i can still telenet the station... who could i fix this.. appreciate your help (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: eykyn17
7 Replies

5. Programming

compile java with GUI on unix system/putty

is it possible in the first place? if so, how should I go about it? (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: finalight
0 Replies

6. Solaris

Remote Access using GUI from one Solaris to another one

hi gyus, i'm trying to login trough GUI (using login screen, instead to login to locahost I login to remote host) from on Solaris 10 to another one. You know, I see the remote host in the host list, but It's not possible to login since the screen keeps black and after that get back to the former... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: daninx
3 Replies

7. Red Hat

Cant Access Applicatoin GUI Remotely (SSH)

Greetings! Theres an application in my RHEL 6 server that has a GUI (which we'd like to use). When I run the AppGui.sh is says it needs Server X11. I know its gotta do something with X server (and I installed it).I found some tutorial for auto configuration and then I was supposed to access... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: RedSpyder
0 Replies

8. Red Hat

GUI for RHEL5 on low memory system

I've got RHEL5 running in CLI mode on a powerful workstation. It was a Pentium Pro 200 Mhz, but was upgraded to the new Pentium II Overdrive 333 Mhz chip. This machine has 128 MB of RAM. The video card is an ATI Radeon 9250. RHEL5 runs fine in 128 MB in CLI mode. It won't run in GUI mode... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: lupin..the..3rd
7 Replies

9. Red Hat

[Solved] Redhat system is not booting in GUI mode

Hi Guys Required help in Redhat 6.1. After installation of Redhat 6.1 in VMware system is not going in GUI mode. please to solve the issue... Thanks... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: deviltech
5 Replies

10. Red Hat

Remote access computer system as a whole not just desktop with GUI

Hi All, I've been looking at various options at administering several servers remotely like: - VNC (don't like the lax security of 8 characters max for a password) and - NX (awesome piece of kit but still limited to a per desktop viewer)... What I'm looking for is a GUI that... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: ASGR
7 Replies
ARFF(8) 						      System Manager's Manual							   ARFF(8)

NAME
arff, flcopy - archiver and copier for floppy SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/arff [ key ] [ name ... ] /usr/sbin/flcopy [ -h ] [ -tn ] DESCRIPTION
Arff saves and restores files on VAX console media (the console floppy on the VAX 11/780 and 785, the cassette on the 11/730, and the con- sole RL02 on the 8600/8650). Its actions are controlled by the key argument. The key is a string of characters containing at most one function letter and possibly one or more function modifiers. Other arguments to the command are file names specifying which files are to be dumped or restored. The default options are correct for the RX01 floppy on the 780; for other console media, the f and m flags are required. Files names have restrictions, because of radix50 considerations. They must be in the form 1-6 alphanumerics followed by "." followed by 0-3 alphanumerics. Case distinctions are lost. Only the trailing component of a pathname is used. The function portion of the key is specified by one of the following letters: r The named files are replaced where found on the floppy, or added taking up the minimal possible portion of the first empty spot on the floppy. x The named files are extracted from the floppy. d The named files are deleted from the floppy. Arff will combine contiguous deleted files into one empty entry in the rt-11 direc- tory. t The names of the specified files are listed each time they occur on the floppy. If no file argument is given, all of the names on the floppy are listed. The following characters may be used in addition to the letter which selects the function desired. v The v (verbose) option, when used with the t function gives more information about the floppy entries than just the name. f causes arff to use the next argument as the name of the archive instead of /dev/floppy. m causes arff not to use the mapping algorithm employed in interleaving sectors around a floppy disk. In conjunction with the f option it may be used for extracting files from rt11 formatted cartridge disks, for example. It may also be used to speed up reading from and writing to rx02 floppy disks, by using the `c' device instead of the `b' device. It must be used with TU58 or RL02 media. c causes arff to create a new directory on the floppy, effectively deleting all previously existing files. Flcopy copies the console floppy disk (opened as `/dev/floppy') to a file created in the current directory, named "floppy", then prints the message "Change Floppy, hit return when done". Then flcopy copies the local file back out to the floppy disk. The -h option to flcopy causes it to open a file named "floppy" in the current directory and copy it to /dev/floppy; the -t option causes only the first n tracks to participate in a copy. FILES
/dev/floppy or /dev/rrx?? floppy (in current directory) SEE ALSO
crl(4), fl(4), rx(4), tu(4), rxformat(8) AUTHORS
Keith Sklower, Richard Tuck BUGS
Device errors are handled ungracefully. 4th Berkeley Distribution November 16, 1996 ARFF(8)

Featured Tech Videos

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 05:11 PM.
Unix & Linux Forums Content Copyright 1993-2021. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy