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Re: [SLE] newbie nfs question
  • From: Richard Bos <radoeka@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 21:19:43 +0100
  • Message-id: <200412062119.43777.radoeka@xxxxxxxxx>
Op maandag 6 december 2004 21:15, schreef Joe Morris (NTM):
> steve wrote:
> >>>What do I export from the server to the clients (who already have a
> >>>/usr/bin) and where do I mount it on the clients so it's in their path?
> >>>Or maybe I'm asking for too much. Lan with all on 9.2.
> >>
> >>Just an idea, but how about /usr/local/bin
> >
> >That's a good idea and it works but it deletes stuff that was installed
> >in /usr/local/bin beforehand.
>
> I didn't know. I have nothing there.
>
> >Also, by exporting /usr/bin I'm exporting over
> >400 files when I really only want two.
>
> In that case, would it work to export it to anywhere, like /media/nfs,
> or /data, or whatever and then symlink just the two files to
> /usr/local/bin, or symlink the 2 files on the server in a different
> directory, and export only that directory like I mentioned above. I am
> not running nfs so I admit pure ignorance, no experience, and only
> ideas. HTH ;-)
>
> --
> Joe Morris

I would go for /opt/bin (underneath code is from suse-9.0:/etc/profile)
or as alternative /opt/cross/bin:

for dir in /var/lib/dosemu \
/usr/games \
/opt/bin \
/opt/gnome/bin \
/opt/kde3/bin \
/opt/kde2/bin \
/opt/kde/bin \
/usr/openwin/bin \
/opt/cross/bin
do
test -d $dir && PATH=$PATH:$dir
done

--
Richard Bos
Without a home the journey is endless


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