SUMMARY: re-enabling vold after running JASS 4.0.1 on Solaris 9

From: Adam Mazza <>
Date: Wed May 19 2004 - 13:33:51 EDT
Thanks for all the responses. As most people pointed out you need to

100155/1        tli     rpc/ticotsord   wait    root
/usr/lib/smedia/rpc.smserverd rpc.smserverd

in inetd.conf. You also need to have rpcbind running.


Adam Mazza

On Tue, 18 May 2004, Adam Mazza wrote:

> Hello,
> I have a a v240 running Solaris 9 04/04. I used Jumpstart to install it
> and use the secure.driver from jass-4.0.1 to harden it. I need to enable
> vold on this machine so that a cdrom can be automounted. I know I can
> mount a CD via the hsfs fs, but I need to run vold for our DBAs so they
> can install their 53 Oracle CDs or whatever it is now.
> Anyway, simply starting vold via init scripts doesn't work. The
> /etc/vold.conf script is there (I don't use the "conf" variable in JASS
> for sol 9) but for whatever reason the cdrom doesn't get mounted. I've
> tried starting with -v and I don't see errors in the logfile. I've tried
> trussing the process and I don't see any clues. I've seen some reference
> to this on google, and the sunmanager archives, but not anythin solid. I'm
> guessing if I ran the jass-execute undo script this may work, but that
> seems overkill. Anyone know what JASS is touching besides the init scripts
> that may cause this?
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