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AppleFileServer 						       LOCAL							   AppleFileServer

AppleFileServer -- Apple File Protocol server. SYNOPSIS
How to run the AppleFileServer Running on MacOS X Desktop The AppleFileServer is typically launched using the Sharing Preference. Launch System Preferences. Select Sharing. Select the Ser- vices tab. Select Personal File Sharing and click start. Running on MacOS X Server Please refer to Server help The AppleFileServer can also be launched from the terminal (this must be done as root user). This is done by typing: AppleFileServer [-d] The -d option will prevent daemonization. The AppleFileServer version can be got by typing in terminal: AppleFileServer -v Mac OS August 28, 2002 Mac OS

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dxfileshare(8)						      System Manager's Manual						    dxfileshare(8)

dxfileshare - Exports local directories and mounts directories from the network SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/X11/dxfileshare DESCRIPTION
Use the File Sharing application, dxfileshare, to: Export (or share) local UNIX directories to the network Stop exporting UNIX local direc- tories to the network Specify which directories mounted from the network are to be remounted every time the system is rebooted, that is, add an entry to the /etc/fstab file Add, change, or delete NFS entries from the /etc/exports file Share local UNIX directories with a per- sonal computer (PC) when Advanced Server for UNIX is installed on your system Display local directories that are shared (exported) with the network Display network mounts (directories that can be mounted from the network) The File Sharing application can also be invoked from the CDE Application Manager from the following categories: Application Group: System_Admin System Admin Subgroup: Daily Admin Online help is available for the File Sharing application by clicking on any Help button or using the Help pull-down menu. RESTRICTIONS
You must have root privileges to use certain features of File Sharing. Namely, the ability to export (or share) a directory or to modify the properties of a directory that is already being exported. You must have Advanced Server for UNIX installed on your system to share local directories with PCs. FILES
Defaults that are shared by the graphical and command line user interface. File Sharing uses the same file as the Host Manager application. File Sharing application File Sharing help volume Directory containing File Sharing application icons Application defaults file that sets the default values for the X resources File Sharing message catalog Message catalog containing File Sharing location IDs for on-item help Message catalog containing application-independent messages Message catalog containing application-independent location IDs for on-item help SEE ALSO
Commands: X(1X), automount(8), bcheckrc(8), mount(8), mountd(8), showmount(8), umount(8) Functions: getfsstat(2), getmntinfo(3), getmntinfo_r(3), mount(2), mount(2sv), umount(2), umount(2sv), umount(3) Files: exports(4), fstab(4), mountdtab(4) Tru64 UNIX System Administration ASU Installation and Administration Guide ASU Concepts and Planning Guide dxfileshare(8)
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