kshackleton at agric.wa.gov.au
Mon Oct 5 09:39:05 WST 1998
Ah that would be it - I don't have any autofs files. I'll just rpm them
in (once I've got the cd working again!). I just had another look in
man mount and it does not seem to refer to the existence of autofs files
- certainly not in the "see also" bit at the end.
> From: Kent Ian[SMTP:Ian.Kent at fujitsu.com.au]
> Reply To: plug at linux.org.au
> Sent: Monday, 5 October 1998 8:55
> To: plug at linux.org.au
> Subject: RE: [plug] script
> >You mean like this?
> >/dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom autofs ro 0 0
> No he didn't mean that.
> I don't have access to my linux box at the moment, but from memory you
> need to
> look at:
> it points to (default config)
> This has enough to get you started with a floppy and a CD.
> Try /usr/doc for readme and such and ensure the autofs rpm is
> installed and
> started at boot. That is
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/autofs exists and
> /etc/rc.d/rc?.d/S??autofs exists
> where the first question mark is your default run level and the
> following two
> are (usually) a two digit number.
> If you are not running an rpm based system you will need to get a
> package and follow it's readme.
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