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I have created an encrypted disk using the following command:
# cryptsetup create testcui /dev/sdb --key-file= /etc/keys --verify-passphrase plain
This created the correctly mapped device /dev/mapper/testcui
I have create the crypttab file with the following:
# test disk
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I need to restore an oracle backup from production in a test x86 Solaris 10 box . But the space is limited and does not have enough to hold both the backup as well as database . Hence , I am thinking of mapping a network drive from another x86 Solaris 10.
Pls let me know if it is... (3 Replies)
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Can any one help me on this.
I need help to move .csv/.xls file from unix path to windows shared drive or c:\ drive?
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Hopefully someone will be kind enough to help me. I have a fileserver acting as a PDC and providing samba shares to a small network. Authentication to the PDC is via LDAP (setup using ebox) The users all have real local accounts on the server.
I would like a windows logon script that will:... (4 Replies)
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I have several shares (see smb.conf below). Each setup fairly similarly, and several groups. My end goals are:
1) to have the share automatically map as the P: drive to members of the employees group
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Anyone know how I can map a windows drive to an apache shared drive?
In my httpd.conf file, I have:
Alias /merc_rpts/ "/u/merc_rpts/"
I'm able to bring up a browser and see the contents of this folder.
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I have two servers, one running on Windows server 2003 and one running Sun Solaris 10. Can you help me how to map drive from Sun Solaris to Windows server 2003.
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hi all ;;
I have a Tru64 UNIX machine , first i want my employees ( windows clients) to see specific directory on unix , and how can i put a unix command in a visual basic code to copy the contents of that directory to drive c in the client side who request that by clicking a push button.
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Anyone can help me???How can I map network drive from Windows if i'm using the Sun Solaris 8 server? :confused: (1 Reply)
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