I ended up using amd...(I strongly recommend it...). I didn't investigate
>From Oleg Chaikovsky: ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Try forcing automount to use the /etc/auto.master file in your host's rc.local
file like this.
if [ -f /usr/etc/automount ] ; then
automount -f /etc/auto.master &&; echo -n ' automount
>From Mike Raffery (email@example.com)
I should think it would be highly desirable to add this host to NIS hosts,
wouldn't it? A number of other programs are likely to complain, when
gethostbyaddr or ...byname fail, which is what happens in this situation.
(e.g., lpd probably doesn't work).
I agree...but it sometimes is more trouble than its worth, when you don't
control the hosts table...
Actually, Sun NIS hosts is braindead...its either all or nothing...
I understand Ultrix allows configuration of local and remote hosts, and which
one is read first.
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