|Text-only||Table of Contents (frame/ no frame)|
|(14) Installing AFS clients|
Common to all platforms are the need to configure the following items for each client
bin, etc, include, lib- to be installing via copying or linking below /usr/afsws. Also
root.client, root.serverwhich contain the client modules and configuration (/usr/vice) and server software (/usr/afs). The various daemons and kernel modules are loaded through startup scripts in the standard ways (/etc/init.d/afs). Default cell, client cache manager configuration and CellServDB files must be edited after installation.
/var/db/openafs(cache and configuration) and
/Library/OpenAFS/Tools(all user tools and libraries). The user tools in /Library/OpenAFS/Tools/bin are symlinked to /usr/bin, but the administrator tools in /Library/OpenAFS/Tools/etc are not in the $PATH by default.
C:\Program Files\OpenAFS, along with many additions to the registry. An uninstaller in also provided. Command line tools are also made available in the %PATH% after installation. A client tool is provided to create Windows drive mappings to AFS pathnames, e.g.
F: -> \afs G: -> \afs\northstar.dartmouth.edu\ufac\afsusername
local notes on installing AFS on various platforms (also out of date in many places).
|installing.src last modified Jun 20, 2005||Introduction||Table of Contents
|© Dartmouth College|